Southern Californian Heavy Blues Hard Rock trio, Idlewar are set to release 2nd Album, RITE, worldwide, via Off Yer Rocka Recordings on October 12th 2017.

The first single to be taken from the record, “Keep Your Word”, was be released on the 8th September 2017.
 
Idlewar has upped their game with their second release. Singer/bass player James Blake solidifies why he is one of the best singers in rock today. With a continuation of varied moods, tempos and groove. Idlewar’s music is far from one dimensional. With the record being produced by drummer Pete Pagonis, Rite maintains the inspiration and grit of their debut.
 
Their singer, James, describes the record as “a Mad Max machine like convoy; a group of ferocious apocalyptic vehicles barreling through the wasteland full throttle…about to come apart at the hinges. Then every so often they slow or even stop to survey the landscape all the while contrasting their silhouette of destruction against a backdrop of serenity.”
 
Track List – RITE

1. Sullen Moon
2. Break
3. Keep Your Word
4. Sing Loud
5. Come to save
6. Hold on
7. Strain
8. Panic
9. Caught
10. Hang
11. You’re gone
 
The band returns to the UK in early November for a tour with a date at the already sold out Hard Rock Hell XI and an appearance at the Inaugural HRH Awards on Wednesday 8th. 

 
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