Tag Archives: Sweet Sour
Posted: August 7, 2013
Band of Skulls’ Russell Marsden has been a fan of Gretsch guitars for a long time, and they played a big part in the recording of the U.K. trio’s latest album Sweet Sour.
Learn more about Marsden and his affinity for Gretsch guitars in the exclusive interview below.
Posted: September 28, 2012
Band of Skulls took to a jail for the music video for the latest single off 2012′s Sweet Sour, a rollicking song called “You’re Not Pretty But You Got It Goin’ On.”
The clip, which was directed by Joe Connor, takes place inside a jail, where the convicts attempt to dance their way past a security guard to freedom.
Do they succeed?
Watch the action below and check Band of Skulls’ official website for more information.
Posted: August 5, 2012
On a scorching hot Friday at this year’s Lollapalooza, Band of Skulls took the Google Play stage dressed all in black – probably not the best wardrobe choice for the 90-plus degree temperature.
The humidity didn’t faze the U.K. rockers, however, as they turned in a scorching 45-minute set with several tunes from their sophomore album, Sweet Sour.
Check out the trio performing “You’re Not Pretty But You Got It Going On” in the video below.
For more information and a full list of tour dates, visit Band of Skulls’ official website.
Posted: April 23, 2012
In between Coachella performances, the U.K.’s Band of Skulls stopped by Los Angeles’ KCRW studios last week for a quick appearance on Morning Becomes Eclectic.
Watch Band of Skulls play “Sweet Sour” in the video below:
“Sweet Sour” is the title track off Band of Skulls’ latest album, which was released in February.
Posted: April 16, 2012
For such a fledgling group, Band of Skulls had a posh spot Sunday afternoon at Coachella.
The British trio played the Main Stage at the Empire Polo Grounds in Indio, Calif., and the audience couldn’t have been more receptive to their hard rocking sound.
With their sophomore full-length album, Sweet Sour, out this year, Band of Skulls has already found willing followers of such cuts as “The Devil Takes Care of His Own,” “Bruises” and its title track.
But a solid measure of their U.S. fanbase came during their finale, “Death By Diamonds and Pearls.” The epic song had the sun-heated crowd pumping their fists in agreement to Matt Hayward’s pounding drums and Russell Marsden’s guitar wizardry.
View pictures of Marsden in action below: