Buck & Evans have released an Official video for their track ‘Going Home‘, taken from the forthcoming album ‘Write a Better Day‘.

iTunes: http://bit.ly/iTunesGoingHome

Spotify: http://bit.ly/GoingHomeOnSpotify

Tour Dates

May 4th • The Castle & Falcon, Birmingham

May 5th • Audio, Glasgow

May 11th • The Globe, Cardiff

May 18th • The Louisiana, Bristol

May 26th • Jimmy’s, Manchester

May 27th • The 100 Club, London

June 29th • The Prince Albert, Brighton

July 13th • The Cluny 2, Newcastle

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Buck & Evans have released an Official video for their track ‘Slow Train‘ taken from the album ‘Write a Better Day‘.

The band are embarking on a UK Tour later this month.

UK Tour Dates:

21st Feb • The Victoria, Swindon (w/ Ariel Posen)
May 4th • The Castle & Falcon, Birmingham
May 5th • Audio, Glasgow
May 11th • The Globe, Cardiff
May 18th • The Louisiana, Bristol
May 26th • Jimmy’s, Manchester
May 27th • The 100 Club, London
June 29th • The Prince Albert, Brighton
July 13th • The Cluny 2, Newcastle

Buck & Evans - Slow Train

Buck & Evans, the hotly-tipped blues, rock and soul quartet featuring guitarist Chris Buck, singer Sally Ann Evans, bassist Dominic Hill and stand-in AC/DC drummer Bob Richards, have unveiled their new single ‘Slow Train
Described as “an evocative, Fleetwood Mac-esque reverie steeped in swirling guitar, pulsating grooves, rich vocals and soaring harmonies” ‘Slow Train‘ is the follow-up to February’s critically acclaimed ‘Live At Rockfield‘ EP.
Buck & Evans are playing a show at the Half Moon in Putney on the 6th November, with special guest (former Whitesnake guitarist) Bernie Marsden. “We’re thrilled to be celebrating our single launch in such esteemed company” says guitarist Chris Buck. “Bernie’s an incredible musician and one of a kind. To have him join us is an honour: he’s a living legend in every sense!”
Launch
Buck & Evans played the inaugural Ramblin’ Man Festival in July, and followed this with an acoustic show at London’s Olympic Studios at the request of Rolling Stones producer Chris Kimsey.
Buck & Evans