COURETTES HEAD FOR THE STICKS!

Fast-rising garage duo THE COURETTES have released another new video as they head out on tour.

A celebration of The Beatles’ drummer, ‘R.I.N.G.O.’ is taken from the pair’s new album Back In Mono, which is out today through Damaged Goods.

“As big fans of the 60s music and counterculture, it seems we´re slowly losing our heroes,” explains singer/guitarist Flavia. “So, here’s an ode to the fab Ringo Starr, who is still around banging drums and preaching peace and love. Ringo is a big influence on Martin´s drumming and one of rock’n’roll biggest icons. It’s also an homage to all the underdogs, as many would have written a song to Lennon, Harrison or McCartney instead, but we want Starkey! Teenage heartbreak and fuzzy pop garage hit, here comes R.I.N.G.O.!

“A subtle detail is that the single (and album) was recorded using a 60s Trixon drum kit,” seh continues. “A kit similar to the one Ringo used with The Beatles in the early Hamburg days. The video is inspired by the wonderful The Ronettes, The Shangri-Las TV-performances of the 60s. Colours/black/white silhouettes with sharp graphic shapes makes it the perfect visuals for this smash hit single. Ringo! We love you! Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!”

The Courettes kick off their tour tonight in Portsmouth before heading round the country, via London’s Lexington to Edinburgh. Full dates are…

Fri 15 – Portsmouth The Loft
Sat 16 – Bristol, Crofters Room 2
Sun 17 – Norwich Norwich Arts Centre
Mon 18 – Folkestone, The Chambers
Tues 19 – London The Lexington
Wed 20 – Bedford, Esquires
Thur 21 – Hastings The Piper
Fri 22 – Sheffield Yellow Arch Studios
Sat 23 – Middlesbrough Westgarth Social Club
Sun 24 – Hull Adelphi
Mon 25 – Newcastle The Cluny
Tues 26 – Manchester Night N Day
Wed 27 – Edinburgh Voodoo Rooms Speakeasy

Read a new interview with The Courettes in the latest edition of Vive Le Rock!

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