The Black Crowes Drop First Music Video In 16 Years

London, UK (March 5, 2024) – Today, legendary rock band The Black Crowes release the music video for “Wanting and Waiting,” directed by Christopher Acosta, for the lead single from their wildly anticipated new album Happiness Bastards, dropping March 15th via the band’s own Silver Arrow Records. Marking their first music video in 16 years since 2008’s “Goodbye Daughters of the Revolution,” the Crowes are back with a vengeance. The album’s artwork and lyrics lay the backdrop for Chris Robinson’s signature flare as he claps and confidently struts around his brother and bandmates. Amidst fiery imagery that complements the red-hot energy emanating from Robinson, dressed in a matching red suit, he passionately cries out “blood on fire!” The Black Crowes, as explosive as ever, are reveling in the anticipation of releasing their celebratory album – and they are clearly enjoying the ride.

Pre-Order Happiness Bastards HERE.

In celebration of the forthcoming new record, The Black Crowes will be returning to the road this Spring with the Happiness Bastards Tour. Limited tickets are available HERE

HAPPINESS BASTARDS 2024 UK TOUR DATES:

May 14, 2024 Manchester, UK O2 Apollo

May 15, 2024 London, UK Eventim Apollo

May 17, 2024 Newcastle, UK O2 City Hall

May 18, 2024 Wolverhampton, UK The Civic at The Halls

About The Black Crowes

The Black Crowes are leaving the bullshit in the past. 15 years after their last album of original music, the Robinson Brothers present Happiness Bastards – their 10th studio album. Some may say the project has been several tumultuous years in the making, but we argue it’s arriving at just the right time. Call it brotherly love or music destiny that brought them back together, the highly anticipated record consecrating the reunion of this legendary band just may be the thing that saves rock & roll. In a time where the art form is buried beneath the corporate sheen of its successors, The Black Crowes are biting back with the angst of words left unsaid penned on paper and electrified by guitar strings, revealing stripped, bare-boned rock & roll. No gloss, no glitter, just rhythm and blues at its very best – gritty, loud, and in your face.

Since The Black Crowes reunited in 2019, they’ve made a triumphant return to form with over 150 shows spanning 20 countries worldwide, celebrating the 30th anniversary of Shake Your Money Maker, the album that put them on the map. Upon their return from the road, they knew they needed something new to show for their lost time. The Robinson Brothers and longtime bassist Sven Pipien headed to the studio with producer Jay Joyce in early 2023 and the experiences of years past transcribed themself through the music as the band found their way back to their roots. And it’s finally here – Happiness Bastards is out March 15, 2024.

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Photo credit – Ross Halfin

 

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