Following the amazing public and media reaction to the release of their aptly named “Never Had It So Good” EP, the subsequent headline tour of the UK & Ireland, a slot at Hard Rock Hell and featuring as special guests to The Quireboys throughout their winter tour, its safe to say that bravado rock n rollers, The Burning Crows, couldn't have asked for a better 2012. There truly is no rest for the wicked however, as after reaching 100% of their PledgeMusic target, the band set their sights on releasing their Debut Album, “Behind The Veil” in Spring 2013.
With the “Never Had it So Good” featuring Keith Weir (The Quireboys/Def Leppard) making a guest appearance on keys and the EP being Produced and Mixed by Nick Brine (The Darkness/Bruce Springsteen/Oasis) it was clear that some of Rock's biggest players were joining the ever growing queue to get behind the band from the start and is a trend that has undeniably come into it’s own ever since. Following the incredible public response to their first release and overwhelming demand for more, the band have just returned from the world famous Rockfield Studios in Wales, after once again working with legendary producer Nick Brine to record their debut album “Behind The Veil”.
“Behind The Veil” is set for release through iTunes on June 17th and has been funded in part by fans through PledgeMusic.com, with 100% of the monetary target being reached well ahead of schedule. People wanting to get involved and have the opportunity to get their hands on an advance copy along with exclusive updates, downloads, videos & one of kind experiences had the opportunity to pre-order or make a “pledge” on the album at
www.pledgemusic.com/projects/theburningcrowsalbum2013 right up until the PledgeMusic pre-release date on April 24th.
The hotly tipped rockers showcase a sound that lands Britrock firmly back in the contemporary mainstream and bring a style & swagger to the stage that has earned them the reputation of being one of the very best live bands on the scene today. New tour dates will be released soon, so if high energy, good time rock n' roll played hard and played with gusto is your thing, be sure to catch the "future of British rock" live, pledge for your advance copy of the album and become part of a decadent feast for the senses and carnival of frivolity.
Your presence is requested... See you at the front.