Guile release Deep By The Dockery

Guile will release their new album Deep By The Dockery on 26th September. The band have tirelessly crafted their sound from within the walls of a once booming, but now semi derelict mining complex. Passion for their craft has resulted in a musical evolution. A fusion of a psychedelic wall of white noise, crossed illegitimately with country blues narcotica; a sound Guile can proudly call their own.

A love of blues music led the band to record the track at one of only three fully analogue recording studios in Britain. From the first few bars of ‘Deep By The Dockery’, it is clear that although the band’s influences are rooted in deep south musical history, Guile are a unique and evolving band. A sense of hook laden urgency is unmistakable. Having been an underground phenomenon on the live circuit, gaining approval from the likes of Detroit Social Club, iLike Trains and Boxer Rebellion, Guile are threatening to be no longer the best kept secret. Clash Magazine:
"…fine gritty, dirt-smeared blues that occasionally delves into the dark reaches of Doors-esque psychedelia. With menace and melody cramped into one tight space, it’s like the aural equivalent of the black lung….."

UK Tour
17 – FAC251 Manchester,
20 – Bowery, London,
21 – The Pig and Fiddle, Bath
22 – Ten Feet Tall, Cardiff
23 – The Flapper, Birmingham
24 – The Olde Ale House, Sailsbury
26 – Harry’s Bar, Stoke
29 – The Cluny, Newcastle
30 – Milo, Leeds
1 – Maggie Mays, Glasgow

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