Man, it feels like the 70's but it sounds like the Naughties. Maybe I got LCD in my beer but there's a Gibson SG singing to me. They say this is a style cult disguised as a band and listening to it we feel we could be the stars of Almost Famous or Velvet Goldmine.
When Holy Ghost Revival land in the Manchester Roadhouse on the 4th December they will have support from label mates The Draytones making this a very special line up of new and exciting music linking cross-Atlantic talent.
Bleeding Light, the first Holy Ghost Revival album released on 1965 Records, (the same label as The Views, Hats off to the Buskers) was a massive underground hit.
You can listen to tracks from the album here: link
Holy Ghost Revival will also take part in the festive 1965 Records Christmas Fayre on December 8th at ULU, London, where they will be preforming live.
The tour dates in full:
25 Nov Lock Tavern, London Camden
26 Nov The Black Gardenia, London
28 Nov Exeter Cavern, Exeter
29 Nov Bar Academy, Liverpool
30 Nov Fibbers, York
2 Dec The Doghouse, Dundee
3 Dec Bar Academy, Birmingham
*4 Dec Roadhouse, Manchester
6 Dec The Dog and Partridge, Bolton
7 Dec Forum, Tunbridge Wells
8 Dec ULU, London
9 Dec The Joiners, Southampton
Official HGR Website: link