SHE DREW THE GUN
She Drew The Gun have announced details of their album ‘Memories Of Another Future’ and upcoming UK tour. Released March 17 on Skeleton Key Records and produced by James Skelly (The Coral), ‘Memories Of Another Future’ contains the singles ‘Poem’, ‘Pit Pony’ and ‘Since You Were Not Mine’. A new version of the Liverpool quartet’s 2016 debut ‘Memories Of The Future’, the album features three brand new recordings – two original new songs, ‘Sing’ and ‘You’, plus new single ‘No Hole In My Head’, a cover of a 1960s protest song by US folk singer Malvina Reynolds.
“Malvina Reynolds is someone who’s really inspired me,” says She Drew The Gun’s singer-songwriter-guitarist Louisa Roach. “I love her music and her story. She only started her music career in her late forties, but wrote all these meaningful songs and became a legend of the folk song movement.”
Following the album’s release, She Drew The Gun will embark on their biggest headline UK tour to date. The tour includes London’s Oslo on March 24, their first headline show in the capital since selling out The Moth Club last October. Ahead of the UK tour, the band will make their debut appearance at SXSW Festival in Austin TX, where they play the BBC 6 Music Stage on March 16.