Sing Hallelujah For The Old Machine

by Three Blind Wolves

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After two successful singles and a tour with Frightened Rabbit, Glasgow four-piece Three Blind Wolves present their
fantastic debut album Sing Hallelujah For The Old Machine out on 27th May 2013 via Instinctive Racoon.

Their recently released singles, In Here Somewhere and Parade, could easily be compared to artists like My Morning Jacket and Neil Young but there are moments where the band move beyond their trademark Americana influences. “Honey Fire” crescendos into an ambient wall of sound, suddenly transforming into a grungier chorus. “Slow Summer Deer” is big, bold and brilliantly indie yet “When The Garden Gets Near” is more intimate - just Ross Clark on his acoustic guitar. It feels as though the band are pushing and pulling you through a journey of emotion.

credits

released May 6, 2013

All of these songs were written by and belong to Ross Clark.
They were arranged and performed by Three Blind Wolves.
Paul Gallagher recorded and mixed them at Glenhill Studios, Castlemilk, Glasgow.
Mandy Parnell mastered them at Black Saloon Studios, London.

Accompaniment from:

Ben Hillman - Trumpet - Tracks 6 & 10
Pete MacDonald - Trombone - Tracks 6 & 10
Emer Tumilty - Violin -Tracks 4 & 10
The Blind Wolf Choir - Harmony Vocals - Track 10

Artwork and Design by Louise Holsgrove

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