Leeds punks Yorkshire Rats are pleased to announce their new album ‘Sea of Souls’ will be released 24th March on Indelirium Records.
You can stream album track ‘Glory Days’ in full here:
Formed in 2004 by Don Mercy (ex-Abrasive Wheels, ex-Billy No Mates) Yorkshire Rats released a rabble rousing 7” and a hooligan fuelled EP and after supporting Rancid in 2006, went on extended hiatus. Now, they’re ready to get back into the ring and fight their way to the top of the punk rock food chain, with their endlessly catchy, hook-laden sing-a-long punk rock anthems which seem destined for eternal glory and to become the stuff of folk legend.
Wearing their New Wave, So Cal and eighties UK influences, like so many battered and hard won medals on their musical chests, Yorkshire Rats have emerged from the mire of an over-crowded and starving scene with their punk rock guns blazing, to show the world how music should be played. Loud as hell, full of energy and rammed full of choruses that you’ll be singing along to for years to come.
‘Sea of Souls’ Tracklist:
1- Hurry up and wait
2- Glory days
3 – Sea of souls
5 – Mary Comes first
6 – Lawful civil rights
7 – Struck down
8 – You don’t know anything
9 – Only the rich men
10 – No freedom
11- Mary comes first (acoustic demo)
12 – Only the rich men (acoustic demo)
13 – Sea of souls (acoustic demo)
The new album ‘Sea of Souls’ will be released 24th March on Indelirium Records.