Vintage Trouble — the band described by Yahoo! Music as sounding like “James Brown singing lead for Led Zeppelin” — have announced an extensive European tour for November and December.
With the band’s first album for Blue Note, ‘1 Hopeful Road,’ released in mid-August and an instant UK top 15 success, they’ll start the itinerary in Gateshead, England, on November 7, the first of nine UK and Irish dates. They then continue into many other European territories until December 12.
A single from the Don Was-produced album, ‘My Heart Won’t Fall Again,’ will be released on October 23. Vintage Trouble are now touring worldwide with AC/DC, and will perform worldwide for over two million people during the run. The album also includes the deep soul ballad ‘Another Man’s Words’ and an ode to their Los Angeles home, ‘Angel City, California.’
Their live work in support of the new record began earlier in the summer, when they played on the Barclaycard Presents British Summer Time Hyde Park bill with The Who, Paul Weller and Johnny Marr, and at Glastonbury, highlights of which you can watch here: