London anarchic four piece Waco release a further single, “Catbrain”, from their forthcoming new studio album.
The track, “Catbrain”, released on the 20th September 2019, is the perfect showcase for the Waco sound – rock riffs, punk spirit and infectious, smart lyrics. The single comes as the band announces the “Human Magic Album Tour” dates throughout the UK in October and November 2019.
Vocalist Jak says, “This is our existential call-to-arms. We journey through purpose and mortality, death and dissociation, all while sending a punk offering to the gods of prog rock. Let’s start a new reality before it’s too late.“
Dates announced to date are as follows (with more to follow):
Thurs 3rd London – Boston Music Rooms w/ Gender Roles
Fri 11th Worksop – The Frog & Swan
Sat 12th Richmond, North Yorkshire – Comrades Club
Sun 13th Lancaster Music Festival – Kanteena
Sat 19th Blackpool – The Waterloo
Fri 1st London – Old Blue Last (Album launch)
Fri 8th Pershore – Iron Road
Sat 9th Great Yarmouth – Hard Rock Hell Festival
Fri 15th Kingston – Fighting Cocks
Fri 22nd Canterbury – UCA Bar
Fri 29th Brighton – Patterns w/ Gender Roles
WACO’s (pronounced as in Waco, Texas) version of rock ‘n roll is one laced with metaphysics, conspiracy theories and spirituality, which makes them oddballs in both the rock world and the punk scene.
But in that, WACO are a breath of fresh cosmic air – ambitious, creative and wonderfully weird friends. They’ve always done things in their own way – whether it’s preaching a warped gospel on the streets of central London or gallivanting around a desert dressed as cosmic nomads. With this in mind, it’s no wonder they collect heads and hearts wherever they go.
The band have already received support from the likes of Dan Carter on Radio 1 and Zane Lowe. They supported Juliette and the Licksacross Europe as well as supports with Slaves and Anti-Flagin the UK. They are also signed to USA label Standby Records.
The band are set to tour the UK at the end of 2019, with their old friend James Robinson joining them on bass following the tragic passing of original bassist Chris in late 2018.
The forthcoming debut album Human Magicis a magnificent collection of songs – set for release in late 2019.