Clutch has a new single titled “Pigtown Blues” on deck for a June 19th release. If you can’t wait, here’s a video of some dude that bought the 7″ at a Clutch show and uploaded it in the most lossless form possible.
And a fan-shot video from my old stomping ground in Champaign/Urbana, Illinois.
The title of the new album, the first since 2009’s Strange Cousins from the West, is still TBA as is the official release date. According to weathermakermusic.com:
“Maryland rockers CLUTCH are currently in the midst of a North American tour which features headlining shows, co-headlining dates with HELLYEAH and a radio festival appearance. Today CLUTCH is excited to announce a headlining run for this summer with Prong and Lionize providing support. The tour is scheduled to kick off July 11th in Fayetteville, AR and currently scheduled to wrap up on July 22nd in Richmond, VA.
CLUTCH will also be returning to Europe this festival season. The band has been confirmed for the Sonisphere Festival in Madrid Spain on May 26th and the Peace and Love Festival in Borlänge, Sweden on June 29th. For those European fans that have been clamoring for the exclusive double LP vinyl reissues, you will be glad to know that they are being released in Europe. Blast Tyrant will be the first in the series of reissues and it will be released on May 25th.
CLUTCH will be releasing a 7” picture disc single of the new track “Pigtown Blues” on June 19th. (The digital single will be released June 5th) This is the first new studio material from CLUTCH since 2009’s Strange Cousins From the West, and the first simultaneous worldwide release for Weathermaker Music. The track “Pigtown Blues” will be debuted on “The Rock Show With Daniel P. Carter” which airs weekly on BBC/Radio 1.”