Grimsby's foremost exponents of crunching heavy rock, The Brew, have released the video for their new single, ‘Skip’.
Skip is taken from the band's latest album, Control, which is out now on Jazzhaus Records. The video is a spooky affair featuring a nice young lady, but we're not going to say any more for fear of revealing a twist in the story.
The Brew were formed in 2004, and broke big in Europe after the release of the debut album The Joker in 2008. This year they're be shaking the continent again with main stage appearances at Poland's Przystanek Woodstock (alongside Volbeat, Skid Row, Skindred and Accept) and at Germany's Classic Rocknacht, where they'll be sharing portakabins with both the main Joes, Bonamassa and Satriani.
The Brew hit the road for a UK tour in May.
Thu 1st - Manchester - Academy 3
Fri 2nd - London - 100 Club
Sat 3rd - Hartlepool - The Belle Vue Club
Sun 4th - Newcastle - Cluny 2
Wed 7th - Bilston - Robin 2
Thu 8th - Chesterfield - Real Time Live
Fri 9th - Edinburgh -Bannermans
Sat 10th - Ballymena - The Diamond Rock Club
Mon 12th - Oxford - Bullingdon
Tue 13th - Cardiff - The Globe
Wed 14th - Southampton - The Brook
Fri 16th - Doncaster - Dome
Sun 18th - Cockermouth - Saints Rooms
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