‘With their love of everything that is Psychedelic. they have managed to
explore the darkest depths of this musical genre that no-one ever knew
existed’ – Fireworks Magazine.
UK alt rockers PEARL HANDLED REVOLVER continue their climb with the release
of their new single and video, The Switch – https://youtu.be/hIrwQxbBqfc ,
out now. This explosive track is taken from their captivating new album,
Fantasy Reigns, out Friday 5th July.
PEARL HANDLED REVOLVER have come a long way to get to 2019. Over the last
decade, they’ve had their fair share of escapades. Their four EPs, two live
albums and three studio albums chart a journey from the limits of primal
blues to blackened psychedelic soul music, via unlikely liaisons between
cult film scores and bare bones Stoner Rock. Their aim is to get their fans
feet moving, while their heads slowly succumb to an awareness of the madness
induced by the modern world.
To date, the foursome have racked up much praise from a range of notable
outlets, namely: Classic Rock Magazine, Fireworks, Powerplay, Rhythm
Magazine, Blues Magazine, Sound on Sound, Louder Than War and The Obelisk.
Besides an impressive body of recorded work, PEARL HANDLED REVOLVER have
also widely toured, sharing stages with everyone from The Black Crowes, The
Blockheads, My Baby, Hawkwind, Focus, Uriah Heep, 10CC, Don Airey & Friends
Now with a nod, a wink and a disclaimer stating that they hope you are
wearing loose fitting clothing, they proudly present their fourth LP,
Fantasy Reigns. Self-produced by the band, it is their most expansive,
singular album to date. It is a soundtrack for both the dancefloor and the
dark corners of a club, where release and catharsis can be found in the
relentless motion of dance, the rhythms of conversation, shared ideas, and
the spark and crackle of neurons vibrating in inner space.
Fantasy Reigns unleashes an intoxicating blend of psychedelic rock, dance
dynamics, loose limbed grooves and hallucinatory storytelling to ignite.
The release has already picked up early rousing support from Classic Rock
Magazine/Louder and Planet Rock, and many suitors are expected to follow.