Sharks have been back in the studio for us over the last few months recording their new album! Following on from the success of ‘Killers of The Deep’ the new album Dark Beatles/White Temptations is set for release in 2018. Here’s what the press release has to say about the new single ‘Kink Mess’
Uber Rock Q ‘Killers of The Deep’ – an album so good had it been recorded by The Rolling Stones, a band Sharks are often compared to, it would have been hailed as a return to form’
Following up on the critical acclaim for their recent live shows, videos and Killers of the Deep album (included in Classic Rock’s top 50 albums of the year so far) Sharks release the first single from their upcoming concept album Dark Beatles/White Temptations.
Kink Mess is an upbeat tune with a sixties feel and a twist in the tale. It features a dazzling guitar solo by guitar legend Chris Spedding and is exactly 2 minutes 20 seconds long.
The single is released on 27th October and available for digital download only.
Sharks have also been working hard on their documentary film ‘One Last Thrill’ & recently caught up with punk legend ‘Jordan’ when she interviewed Chris Spedding & Steve Parsons in what is reported to be, a very moving section of the film. (See video below)
In other news –
STEVE WILL BE PREMIERING HIS KING MOB RADIO SHOW TONIGHT FROM 9PM UNTIL 11PM (Monday 23rd Oct)
on Rocket FM in Lewes http://www.rocketfm.org.uk/listen/
Steve will be playing rockabilly/swing and ‘Hoodoo dirt music’ as well as tracks from the legendary King Mob beat group. Expect pithy comment and the usual out-of-date salacious gossip from the world of showbiz. The show broadcasts digitally, live to the local area, and a podcast will soon be available. We will keep you informed.
Never one to ‘sit still a minute’ – Steve will also be appearing at this event! Trebuchet talks: California devils: rock, evil, sex in 60s USA on 1st November 2018 at The Troubadour in London.
More Sharks info can be found on their facebook page https://www.facebook.com/sharksbanduk/?ref=br_rs