Riverboat Gamblers Debut New Single ‘Two Little Hearts’

Revered Texas rockers Riverboat Gamblers have announced plans to release a new 7″ vinyl featuring two new songs on November 4th with Anxious & Angry Records. Today, the band has revealed the first track, ‘Two Little Hearts‘, which is available for stream everywhere. Pre-order the limited edition 7″ now at gamblersforeverforevergamblers.com.

Commenting on the new song, vocalist Mike Wiebe says:

As one of the world’s premier rock and roll bands we have stared into the abyss and scraped the lowest depths of depravity a soul can sink to. For this number we sunk to the 9th ring of hell and wrote a song about how if you have two kitty cats in your house you are gonna have a real wild time.

Riverboat Gamblers will perform a special 7″ release party show in Austin, TX at The 13th Floor on December 9th. Tickets are available here.

About Riverboat Gamblers:

If the Riverboat Gamblers had the good sense to die young, they’d be legends by now. Hailing from Austin by way of Denton, the Texas five piece are almost an institution. Their fiery garage punk has spanned over two decades and has spread the world over. People from countries worldwide, aliens from universe-wide, spirit entities from dimensions unknown, would all come to whatever dirty dive club, amphitheater, or festival The Gamblers were playing to watch the band collectively impale themselves on the sharpened stake of Rock and Roll. Raucous and unpredictable live shows have become the stuff of legend as injury and blood took center stage, sometimes overshadowing the absolute brilliance of the songs themselves.

With full-throttle attack and an iron clad pop sensibility, The Gamblers have the rare ability to combine Cheap Trick-like hooks, gang vocals begging to be screamed, and a pathos and self-lacerating wit that is on par with any more congratulated “smart” band. But God is fickle. The Gamblers didn’t die as advertised. Everybody wanted them to be the Johnny Thunders Party Bus or whatever cliche narrative was most desired deep in the fair-weather fan’s heart. But The Gamblers recognize no master or silly pit boss. When they were expected to stagnate, they changed. When they were expected to change, they revisited their roots. Now they’re expected to fade away and they’re saying, “Actually, no thanks. Here’s some brand new fire for your ears.