Chris Shiflett returns to the solo spotlight with new single & video, ‘Black Top White Lines‘, out now via Snakefarm in the UK.
Produced by Jaren Johnston from The Cadillac Three, and co-penned with Johnston (a writer with multiple No. 1 country hits to his name) and Brothers Osborne guitarist, John Osborne, ‘Black Top White Lines‘ is a dark tale of justice that moves quickly into the fast lane with no intention of slowing down; it’s a heady taste of what can be found on Shiflett’s brand new studio album, set to appear later in 2023 – the first solo release from the long-time Foo Fighters member since 2019.
Buy/stream the single: here
In support of the single, the guitarist announced a run of UK headline dates for March 2023, with all shows already sold out.
An opening act will be announced shortly.
March 2023 – ALL SHOWS SOLD OUT
21st – Whelan’s, Dublin
22nd – St Luke’s, Glasgow
24th – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
25th – Band On The Wall, Manchester
26th – Thekla, Bristol
28th – Scala, London
More About Chris Shiflett:
Punk veteran. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee. Americana and rock songwriter. Modern-day guitar hero. For more than 25 years, Chris Shiflett has blurred the lines between genre and generation, balancing his full-band projects with a thriving solo career. Named “Americana’s biggest rockstar” by Rolling Stone, Shiflett has played a crucial role in shaping the sound and scope of modern-day rock music as a long-time member of the Foo Fighters. He’s also an alum of California-based punk rock bands No Use For a Name and Me First and the Gimme Gimmes. Shiflett’s latest releases refocus his attention on a mix of country twang and rock & roll bang, showcasing the full range of his musical abilities.
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