Sick Puppies fans can begin circling the middle of July on their calendars as not only will the band's 'Connect' album finally arrive in stores on July 16, but the group also just shot a live performance for Walmart customers. The trio was in Los Angeles' Tuesday night (July 2) to film a set for that will turn up on the Walmart Soundcheck Risers website July 15, a day ahead of the 'Connect' album's release.
Sick Puppies are gearing up to release their new album, 'Connect,' on July 16, and they're already heating up radio with their new single 'There's No Going Back.' We've got the exclusive premiere of a new webisode, dubbed 'Return to the Road,' in which Sick Puppies can be seen performing their current hit (watch above).
The name of Sick Puppies' upcoming album is 'Connect,' and the band wanted to make sure they connected with listeners right off the bat with their lead single. The group recently revealed that the song that we be the introduction to their disc would be 'There's No Going Back' and now they're speaking about why that was the pick.
Sick Puppies are making their return this year with the new album 'Connect' and things will start picking up for the band very soon. Loudwire caught up with singer-guitarist Shim Moore, bassist Emma Anzai and drummer Mark Goodwin on the Revolver Golden Gods black carpet and got an update on the forthcoming disc and the rollout plan for the effort. Check out our interview with Sick Puppies below:
Sick Puppies are inching closer to their return and bassist Emma Anzai has checked in with an update on their album progress. Anzai reveals that the group has been extremely productive coming up with new material and they're in the process of narrowing down that tracks that will make the final disc.
Whoever said that good things come in threes was obviously referring to the pack of trios that provide the core lineup of the ‘Triple Threat’ Tour. Headlined by the trio Seether with support by fellow three-piece acts Sick Puppies and Kyng, there’s a lot to love about the number three. Of course, opening quintet Young Guns broke the 'three' chain, but more of that later.