Booze & Glory launch new music video for “Ten Years”

Booze & Glory band pic
Booze & Glory have just launched a fifth video from their highly anticipated new album “Hurricane”, which is out now via the boys’ own Scarlet Teddy Records. Directed by Frank Pellegrino, it perfectly encapsulates the bands globetrotting over the past few years.
Watch the video for “Ten Years” below.

Booze & Glory just smashed it at their special 10th Birthday Bash in London on at The Electric Ballroom in Camden, their first headline show in the capital in over three years. The above photo was taken by Jaka Curlic.

Punk rock never died. It just has the occasional nap. Fortunately, however, Booze & Glory have been keeping everyone wide-awake for the last decade, flying the flag for authentic working class rock‘n’roll and the power of a rabble-rousing tune.
Formed in London in 2009, Booze & Glory started life as a straight-ahead salute to the rowdy street punk bands of the late 70s and 80s UK scene. Thanks to some of the most infectious songwriting to emerge from the capitals mean streets for a long time, and with a heroic and ruthless dedication to playing live, the band were steadily embraced by a colossal international fan base.

In the last 3 years the band have added innumerable new triumphs to their already impressive CV, notching up nearly 300 shows played around the world, including high profile 5 week North American tour with Dropkick Murphy’s, 10 shows arena tour with Broilers and legendary Persistence Tour in Europe (Booze & Glory was the first punk band on this tour in the last 10 years). The band also appeared at the mighty Hell Fest in France, Punk Rock Bowling in Las Vegas and Pol‘And’Rock Festival playing before Judas Priest in front of 500.000 people. 2018 also saw the band walk off with the Vive Le Rock Award for Best New Band, as voted for by the fans!

Purchase “Hurricane” here.

Recorded in Sweden at Soundlab Studios, the new album was produced by Millencolin guitarist Mathias Farm and promises to be the biggest, boldest and most explosive Booze & Glory album to date. With the introduction of piano and organ to the band’s trademark sound, the new songs amount to a wholesale upgrade for British punk rock, with a strong message of positivity and hope oozing from every boisterous, melody-drenched pore. Now featuring founder and singer/guitarist Mark alongside lead guitarist Kahan, bassist Chema, drummer Frank, Booze & Glory have never sounded more potent. In these divisive times, instantly memorable songs about believing in yourself, finding common ground between people and standing up to racism, nationalism and hate could hardly be more timely or welcome.

And a full European Tour has just been announced with Giuda and Analogs in support. Check out all the dates here.

Also Booze & Glory have just announced a Japenese tour in March 2020. See all dates below.
Japanese Tour Dates 2020:
March 5th  SHIZUOAKA  Hamematsu – G-Side
March 6th  AICHI  Nagoya – Club Upset
March 7th  OSAKA  Shinsaibashi – King Cobra
March 8th  TOKYO  Shinjuku – Antiknock