Competition – Win Tickets to She Drew The Gun – Workman’s Club – 12/02/19
She Drew The Gun – Tuesday, 12 Feb – Workman’s Club
We have a pair of tickets to give away to one lucky winner for She Drew The Gun at the Workman’s Club on the 12th of February.
To be in with a chance of winning, tell us the name of their new album?
Email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org, mark the subject line of the mail She Drew the Gun and include your name and phone number. All entrants must be over 18 and tickets are non-transferable. One entry per person only. Closing date for entries is Wednesday the 6th of Feb at 1pm.
The Workman’s Club are excited to announce She Drew The Gun will headline the Main Venue on Tuesday, 12 February. Their new album ‘Revolution Of Mind’ was released on October 5th on Skeleton Key Records on CD, LP and Digital Download. Lead single ‘Resister’, premiered on BBC6 Music, is available to stream now.
Produced by James Skelly (The Coral) at Liverpool’s Parr Street Studios. ‘Revolution Of Mind’ is the follow-up to She Drew The Gun’s acclaimed 2016 debut ‘Memories Of Another Future’ (“Junkyard Scouse soul, built ingeniously on a Wirral council budget” ★★★★ Uncut), which contained the BBC 6Music playlisted singles ‘Poem’, ‘Pit Pony’, ‘Since You Were Not Mine’ and ‘No Hole In My Head.’
If there’s a central theme to the new record, it’s liberation, in various guises: “Empowerment; resisting; arming yourself with knowledge; questioning the status quo, questioning your own state of mind and how its affected by the systems we live in,” explains Louisa Roach, She Drew The Gun’s frontwoman, guitarist and