Austin Gold announce new single, video and join The Karma Effect on UK tour

Anthemic hard rock act, AUSTIN GOLD, have released a new video for their latest single Never End.

Never End is the final single from their album, Those City Lights released via TMR Rock Records, before the boys focus on their next studio release.

The video was shot at their rain-drenched hometown festival in Peterborough and produced/directed by Jay Hillyer Films. www.jayhillyerfilms.co.uk/

UK TOUR w/ THE KARMA EFFECT

To coincide with the single, Austin Gold are delighted to have been invited out on tour with The Karma Effect this September. A fast-selling, 13-date run sponsored by Planet Rock it is taking in cities like London, Glasgow, Nottingham, and many more.

Full tour schedule:

Wed 04 Sep – Zerox, Newcastle
Thu 05 Sep – Garage Attic, Glasgow
Sun 08 Sep – Boileroom, Guildford
Wed 11 Sep – The Tree House, Frome
Thu 12 Sep – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
Fri 13 Sep – Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
Sun 15 Sep – Waterfront Studio, Norwich
Wed 18 Sep – The Parish, Huddersfield
Thu 19 Sep – Rock City Beta, Nottingham
Sat 21 Sep – Underground, Plymouth
Sun 22 Sep – The Forum, Tunbridge Wells
Thu 26 Sep – The Black Heart, London
Fri 27 Sep – Factory 251, Manchester

Tickets available HERE

Following the two strong studio releases, tours with King King and Gun, and a main stage appearance at the very last Ramblin’ Man Festival, AUSTIN GOLD were causing a stir. Then Covid frakked the world but the guys remained agile and adapted and hunkered down to write and record, Those City Lights.

Those City Lights was their third studio album release, following on from their debut ‘Before Dark Clouds’ (2017) and the acclaimed self-titled mini-album ‘Austin Gold’ (2019). It was their first release under new label TMR Rock Records. The album was their first to chart at #10 Official UK Indie Breakers Charts and at #23 of the Official UK Rock Charts. The album’s success saw the band invited to perform at established festivals, including Planet Rock’s Winters End and Steelhouse.

Mainman, David James Smith, spoke about this new single, “It’s about the internal voice of someone fighting mass conformity, a declaration of determination through adversity. It has a resolute mantra ‘When it all goes down, keep going keep going… Never End‘.

Musically, it’s set to the visceral scuzzy riff and snarling vocal of the verses, enlightened briefly by the dystopian chorus chant. As with the whole theme of the album, it sees a glimmer of hope which is confirmed through the unified, fist throwing outro. It’s a song that has resonated with our fanbase and beyond, so its fitting that it deserves a video and single release.”

Of the tour with The Karma Effect, David said, “We’ve enjoyed seeing the recent growth and success of our brothers in The Karma Effect and we can’t wait to join them on their Promised Land tour. Rest assured; we’re going to bring our A-Game every night. It’s going to be one hell of a run, that we hope people will love!”

Links: www.austingold.co.uk

https://www.facebook.com/AustinGoldBand/

https://twitter.com/austingold_band

https://www.instagram.com/austingoldmusic/

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNhhL3n5E04uyt-55mcQqeQ

https://music.apple.com/gb/artist/austin-gold/983376402

https://open.spotify.com/artist/6aScHx49LtlCjt2fAQFS6O

Photo credit – Daral Brennan

 

 

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