Coming close on the heels of the recent video release for “Part of Me,” Canadian rock royalty the Headstones, on Friday 13th no less, treated their fans to the full video for track “Dark Side Of The Doomed,” from their newest critically acclaimed album “Peopleskills.”
Not only are the band releasing videos it seems for all the tracks off the album, but it was also announced that for the first time the fans long awaited request for full-length LP vinyl had finally been granted, with a release date coming for March 27th, it will also feature the added bonus track of the band’s cover of the Gordon Lightfoot classic ‘Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald,’ which was released a year ago this week, and was missing from the original download and CD version.
The JUNO Award announcements were made on January 28th with ‘Peopleskills’ being nominated for ‘Rock Album of the Year,’ but the event was cancelled in light of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, leaving the band not knowing if third time really was is a charm.
It’s shaping up to be a very busy summer for the band, and lead singer Hugh Dillon in general, with not only the announcement of a cross country tour starting in Penticton, BC, June 26 and finishing in St. John’s, NL July 30th, but Dillon also having to executive produce his new, straight to series show ‘The Mayor of Kingstown,’ along with co-creator Taylor Sheridan.
And band won’t be alone as joining them on the road will be Moist, Big Wreck and The Tea Party. Tickets are on sale now, with the added bonus of fans being able to upgrade too VIP for Meet & Greets, and a bunch of other goodies, all dates and points of sales can be found at the website below.
- Leave It All Behind
- Dimes And Pennies
- Caught In A Loop
- Best You Can Do
- Dark Side Of The Doomed
- Part Of Me
- By Sunday
- That’s What I Get