The Walcotts Premiere THE DEVIL MAY WIN Due September 16

American Rock'n'Roll band THE WALCOTTS partnered with PureVolume.comyesterday (8/11) to premiere their "Let The Devil Win" video--the title track off the band's debut full-length album, LET THE DEVIL WIN, due Friday, September 16 on Local Hero Records via KOBALT/AWAL. Click here to watch the video which captures footage of the band on the road touring as direct support for Chris Stapletonin late 2015. The new 12-track album by the Los Angeles band is now available for pre-order (here) on iTunes and will also be released physically in CD and vinyl formats.

THE WALCOTTS--Tom Cusimano (Vocals/Guitar), Laura Marion (Vocals), Jim Olson (Drums) and Devin Shea (Violin)--were spotlighted today by Myspace.com as an "Artist of The Day" while unveiling their video for "So Much For Love," another standout track from LET THE DEVIL WIN. Watch that video here.

Ahead of the LET THE DEVIL WIN release, THE WALCOTTS will kick off their west coast tour starting September 12 in Seattle, WA and will wrap the tour hitting the festival stage at KAABOO in Del Mar, CA. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit: http://thewalcottsmusic.com/shows/.

Catch THE WALCOTTS on the road:

9/12 - Sunset Tavern (Seattle, WA)

9/13 - Lola's Room (Portland, OR)

9/14 - Green Frog (Bellingham, WA)

9/15 - Hi Fi Music Hall (Eugene, OR)

9/16 - Neck of the Woods (San Francisco, CA)

9/17 - Hotel Cafe (Los Angeles, CA)

9/18 - KAABOO Festival (Del Mar, CA)

LET THE DEVIL WIN finds THE WALCOTTS planting one foot in the rootsy terrain of their influences and the other pointing toward the future. Armed with a large line-up, their sound is fueled by male-female vocal harmonies with the accompaniment of horns, pedal-steel, fiddle, and piano.With songs recorded at the legendary FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama and Rami Jaffee's (The Wallflowers/Foo Fighters) private Fonogenic Studios in Los Angeles along with a co-written song with John Alagia--known for his work with Dave Matthews Band and John Mayer--the sound is unmistakably WALCOTTS: both familiar and fresh, old and new, fine-tuned and broadly appealing.

Formed in 2012, THE WALCOTTS began spreading their music through multiple TV and film placements, while also earning a well-deserved rep as a powerful live act (with personnel growing as large as nine players on stage). They've opened dates for Steve Winwood, Chris Isaak and Honeyhoney before landing the above-mentioned Chris Stapleton West Coast tour. Live, THE WALCOTTS bring the nuances of their recorded material to life with every show--including recent gigs alongside LeeAnn Womack, Lindi Ortega, Kate Voegele and Men at Work's Colin Hay--building upward toward an explosion of horns, organ, guitar and dual vocals.



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