Hey Bulldog artwork by Mollie Tuggle

Hey Bulldog artwork by Mollie Tuggle

Manchester Psychedelic Blues Rock band Hey Bulldog are about to release a brand new single ‘Under My Spell’. Working with a record label for the first time, Hey Bulldog are happy to announce that ‘Under My Spell’ will be available on  cassette from December 4 via Liverpool independent psych and garage label Blak Hand Records.  The tape will be available through the label’s Bandcamp page and will be extremely limited to 25 hand numbered copies.

The new single follows ‘Makin Friends Not Millionaires’ which gained national radio support with multiple plays by John Kennedy of Radio X, Steve Lamacq at BBC 6music, BBC Introducing , Shell Zenner on Amazing Radio and rave reviews and features from the likes of Little Indie Blogs, Killing Moon and Vapour Trail Blog.
The initial inspiration for ‘Under My Spell’ came from a number of sources ranging from Tim Buckley’s ‘Song to the Siren’ to the art of Manchester. The garage rock track was recorded at Manchester’s Crack Studios and produced by guitarist and songwriter Rob Manton teaming up once again with EMI producers Boe Weaver (Archie Bronson Outfit, Pete Molinari, Wolf People, Whyte Horses) who offered to take on the mixing duties.





The band that started out as a germ of an idea from main man Rob Manton (Guitar/Vocals) before meeting a pair of likeminded cohorts in Matt Parry (Bass) and Ben Howarth-Lees (Drums), have played a number of medium and smaller sized festivals all over the UK and have had support slots with SLUG (Field Music), Joel Gion (Brian Jonestown Massacre), Frightened Rabbit, J Roddy Walston & The Business, Mazes, Syd Arthur and The Virgin Marys.

Pre-order from Blak Hand’s Bandcamp here

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