BLACK SPIDERS today unveil another new single from their forthcoming fourth album.

'Alright, Alright, Alright' is NOT a cover of Mungo Jerry's 1973 hit, but is an explosive original from the revitalised Sheffield rockers' first album for Spinefarm, the aptly-titled Can’t Die, Won’t Die.

“I’ve had a few weird dreams that I actually remember, but only a few make it into song lyrics," says singer/guitarist Pete Spiby about the song. "‘Alright, Alright, Alright’ is one of them, which was centred around Matthew McConaughey having an arm wrestle with the Devil, within some sort of crazy 80s movie.”

The band are now back to a full five-piece with Spiby, bassist Adam Irwin and drummer Wyatt Wendells joined by guitarists  D-Ron ‘Bobcat’ Moulds and James ‘The Roadrunner’ Jevans.

Produced once again by Matt Elliss, Can't Die, Won't Die is set for release on 12 May, with the band playing a hometown launch show via Record Junkee in on 19 May. The performance is free to those who pre-order the album here.

General pre-orders available here.

Black Spiders head out on tour in September. Full dates are...

 Fri 15 Sep - The Forum, Tunbridge Wells
Sat 16 Sep - New Cross Inn, London
Sun 17 Sep - Moonshine, Portsmouth
Mon 18 Sep - Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
Tue 19 Sep - The Warehouse, Leeds
Thu 21 Sep - Live Rooms, Chester
Fri 22 Sep - The Garage (Attic), Glasgow
Sat 23 Sep - Anarchy Brewery, Newcastle
Sun 24 Sep - The Patriot, Crumlin
Mon 25 Sep - The Junction, Plymouth

In the meantime, you can catch them at the following festivals....

Sunday May 28th
Call of the Wild festival

Sunday 23rd July
Maid in Stone festival

Saturday 29th July
Rock & Blues Custom show

Sunday 13th August
Firestorm festival

Saturday 2nd December
Winter Rocks


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