Four Lions with the Barren Sisters

2019 is the year of Four Lions and it all starts on February 1 with the release of the single How Much, from the forthcoming album Hard Days; both released on the band's own label Verse Chorus Verse.

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Four Lions with the Barren Sisters
Four Lions with the Barren Sisters
Four Lions with the Barren Sisters

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17 March 2019 at 12:00pm to 4:00pm
507 Hamblin Road, Cornella VIC 3551

Central Victorian-based roots rockers Four Lions recorded How Much along with 10 other tracks that made their fourth album's final cut at Preston's Head Gap Studios late last year.

Singer-guitarist Shann Lions, who wrote the song, says How Much started life as a "rockier-type track with a Replacements' Stink vibe", referring to the (in)famous Minneapolis alt-rockers' 1982 EP.

The end result is a slightly different beast; a slice of classic, guitar-driven alt-country rock, featuring long-time band associate Dave Moore's cascades of shimmering pedal steel and an anthemic chorus designed for full-gusto live singalongs.

How Much was recorded by Finn Keane (Wilco) and produced by The Greasy Triplets (Lions, lead guitarist Keith MacQueen, and Keane), so-called in an irreverent nod to the burgers and beers consumed at a nearby brewery during the making of the record.

It was mixed by Sam Kassirer, who produced David Ramirez's 2017 album We're Not Going Anywhere (Lions' favourite album of that year), in Boston, Massachusetts.

How Much will be followed by the release of the album Hard Days, on May 1, and an East Coast tour.

Along for the ride for the ‘How Much’ Tour are Canberra’s own The Barren Spinsters. Free Entry.

Food being served from noon, and some of the best craft Beers made at Cornella Brewery and for all you wine drinkers The Shiraz Republic will have your covered both made on site.

Music from 12:30pm.

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