Energetic three piece The Greasy Slicks have had an exciting 2016 having toured relentlessly across the UK and Europe this summer, beginning at The Secret Garden Party back in July and more recently headlining Bestival’s ‘Invaders Of The Future Stage.’ The band’s self-titled debut album is out now (released September 30th), and with some impressive music videos for singles ‘Eyes Wide Black’ and ‘Hawks’, and a nomination in the Best Band category at the 2016 Unsigned Music Awards (UMA), Jack, Nathan and Rian are set to return to the live circuit with their first UK headline tour. 2017 promises to be another huge year for a three-piece who are starting to seriously make a name for themselves.
The tour follows the release of the band’s debut album, recorded on the Isle of Wight in the idyllic Studio Humbug (a former water-tower nestled in the grounds of Osborne House, holiday home of Queen Victoria), with acclaimed production duo Boe Weaver (The Archie Bronson Outfit, The Kills, Paolo Nutini). The album is a skuzzy mix of blues, rock & roll, post-punk and grunge recalling the likes of The Fall and modern day punk rockers Slaves. Preceded by singles ‘Eyes Wide Black’ and ‘Hawks,’ the record exhibits the sound of a band with an expansive musical influence that have translated their raw energy into an album that is sure to wet the appetite of a broad range of rock fans.