Duke Garwood Shares “Coldblooded” Single B-side, “Sal’s Paradise”

Duke Garwood has shared “Sal’s Paradise“, the b-side of his current single, “Coldblooded“. Garwood walks a heady tightrope, at times nodding to the likes of Lamb and Portishead’s sensual sleaze, and at others wandering into the hallucinogenic leftfield owned by Tom Waits.” Listen below.

South London’s unlikely bluesman Duke Garwood has announced his new album, Garden of Ashes, set for release on 3rd February 2017 on Heavenly Recordings.

“This album is about midnight in the garden of love. The garden of good and evil. The garden of paradise that we know is being destroyed to satisfy the greedy money people. It’s all burned down. We burned it to ashes” – tells Duke.

Live dates:

Thursday 9th February – Bodega, Nottingham
Friday 10th February – King Tut’s, Glasgow
Saturday 11th February – Headrow House, Leeds
Sunday 12th February – The Deaf Institute, Manchester
Tuesday 14th February – Komedia, Brighton
Wednesday 15th February – The Louisiana, Bristol
Thursday 16th February – Oslo, London

Duke Garwood has shared “Sal’s Paradise“, the b-side of his current single, “Coldblooded“. Garwood walks a heady tightrope, at times nodding to the likes of Lamb and Portishead’s sensual sleaze, and at others wandering into the hallucinogenic leftfield owned by Tom Waits.” Listen below.

South London’s unlikely bluesman Duke Garwood has announced his new album, Garden of Ashes, set for release on 3rd February 2017 on Heavenly Recordings.

“This album is about midnight in the garden of love. The garden of good and evil. The garden of paradise that we know is being destroyed to satisfy the greedy money people. It’s all burned down. We burned it to ashes” – tells Duke.

Live dates:

Thursday 9th February – Bodega, Nottingham
Friday 10th February – King Tut’s, Glasgow
Saturday 11th February – Headrow House, Leeds
Sunday 12th February – The Deaf Institute, Manchester
Tuesday 14th February – Komedia, Brighton
Wednesday 15th February – The Louisiana, Bristol
Thursday 16th February – Oslo, London

Source: Music and Riots