Thirteen Stars

Thirteen Stars premiere new single/music video 'Mint Jelly' ahead of Black Aces UK Tour, plus appearances at HRH Blues, Call of the Wild, Wildfire Festival, and more.

Featuring wild west desperados, voodoo priests, and moonshine dealers embroiled in side way gambling, ‘Mint Jelly’ channels the inner spirit of the Rolling Stone’s classic ‘Exile on Main Street’. Embracing a sensational brass section, this new song by Thirteen Stars describes a crazy life of misdeeds and debauchery, with lyrical inspiration for the song courtesy of Grampa Simpson (“Call me mint jelly cause I’m on the lam(b)!”), tongues are firmly planted in cheeks.

Taken from their forthcoming new album ‘Finest Ramshackle Jam’ (more details coming soon) , ‘Mint Jelly’ was recorded at Doncaster’s Axis Studios (Terrorvision, Massive Wagons, Black Spiders) and engineered by Matt Elliss, with co-production by Elliss and Hoss Thompson (band frontman/guitarist). With mastering by Geoff Pesche (Page & Plant, Therapy, The Divine Comedy) at Abbey Road Studios; ‘Mint Jelly’ captures Thirteen Stars in fantastic form following the release of their previous single, the Tom Petty inspired ‘Running So Long’.

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Don’t miss Thirteen Stars live in 2020, including a special guest slot to Aussie rockers Black Aces on their upcoming UK tour:

22 March – WORKINGTON, Henry’s Bar and Grill
11 April – HRH Blues
20 April – BILSTON, Robin 2
24 April – BLACKPOOL, The Waterloo
25 June – WOLVERHAMPTON, The Giffard Arms (w/ Black Aces)
26 June – DONCASTER, Woolpack (w/ Black Aces)
9 July – NEWCASTLE, Trillians Newcastle (w/ Black Aces)
10 July – PRESTON, The Vinyl Tap
12 July – EDINBURGH, Bannermans Bar (w/ Black Aces)
16 July – GLASGOW, Nice n’ Sleazy (w/ Black Aces)
17 July – CANNOCK, The Station (w/ Black Aces)
19 July – LONDON, The Black Heart (w/ Black Aces)
7 August – SAVFEST
29 August – BRADFORD, Nightrain (w/ Ryders Creed)

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This post was published on 2nd March 2020 and filed in these categories; Bands, Thirteen Stars.

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