Shambolics, the five-piece band from Fife, have released their fiery new single 'Sharp As A Razor' ahead of their UK tour. This indie-rock anthem is sure to go down a storm when the band perform at TRNSMT Festival at the weekend, which is nailed on to be a must-see set.
Shambolics kept fans entertained during the lockdown period with stunning cover versions of classic songs, such as 'Teardrops' (Womack & Womack'), 'Mamma Mia' (Abba) and an incredible The Beatles/Eminem/Led Zepellin mash up - all are available to listen to on their Youtube channel here.
Of 'Sharp As A Razor' the band said: "We wanted to write a proper thumping tune that would go down a storm live but still keep a bit of simplicity & swagger about it. The song is pretty much about not caring what people think or say about you. The chorus lyrics are a little nod to the g.o.a.t Muhammad Ali. We took inspiration from a rhyme he would use on the build-up to his fight against Joe Frazier."
With a string of indie-rock classic already under their belts, such as previous single release 'Dreams, Schemes & Young Teams' and stand-out release 'Love Collides', Shambolics are going from strength to strength.
The band are performing around the UK over the next three months on the following dates:
10th- Glasgow, TRNSMT
24th- Glasgow, Playground Festival
25th- Stockton On Tees, Gathering Sounds Festival
2nd- Liverpool, Sound City Festival
7th- Edinburgh, The Caves (SOLD OUT)
8th- Aberdeen, Cafe Drummond (SOLD OUT)
9th- Dundee, The Church (SOLD OUT)
5th- London, Old Blue Last