RICKY WARWICK – shares new track ‘Celebrating Sinking’ – Listen

RICKY WARWICK - shares new track 'Celebrating Sinking' - Listen
Photo credit: Ed Fielding

BLACK STAR RIDERS frontman Ricky Warwick is set to release his two solo albums, ‘When Patsy Cline Was Crazy (And Guy Mitchell Sang The Blues)’ and ‘Hearts On Trees’, as a double CD on 26th February 2016 via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. With the release just a few weeks away, we’re premiering the next single from the electric album over on Planet Rock Radio’s website. Listen to the catchy anthem ‘Celebrating Sinking’, below:

Ricky commented on the track: “Andy Cairns from THERAPY? has been one of my closest friends for many years and we have shared some great adventures. We are also both Belfast lads. We had been planning to write a song together for years and this album was the catalyst for that. Andy sent me the title and the chorus and I built the rest of the song around. ‘Celebrating Sinking’ is about keeping your feet on the ground and not forgetting your roots!”

The forthcoming release boasts an array of acclaimed musicians with guests including; Joe Elliot (DEF LEPPARD), Damon Johnson (THIN LIZZY/BLACK STAR RIDERS), Andy Cairns (THERAPY?), Billy Morrison (BILLY IDOL), Nathan Connolly (SNOW PATROL), Ginger Wildheart, Jake Burns (STIFF LITTLE FINGERS), Richard Fortus (GUNS ‘N ROSES/THE DEAD DAISIES) and Mark Thwaite (THE MISSION, PETER MURPHY).

The artwork for the double albums reflects the tone of each – When Patsy Cline Was Crazy… showcases the electric rock and roll side of Ricky, whilst »Hearts On Trees« veers more towards tender stripped-back songwriting, influenced by both Americana and, more importantly, Ricky’s Northern Irish roots.

Ricky explains: “Hearts On Trees and When Patsy Cline Was Crazy (And Guy Mitchell Sang The Blues) were written by myself and my good friend Sam Robinson, both albums depict our experiences of growing up and coming from the Greater East Belfast area, not only experiences that have happened to us but historical references and stories that have been told to us by friends and family… in saying that both albums translate those experiences on to a global scale that hopefully anyone geographically can relate to.”

The tracklist racks up as follows:

CD1 – When Patsy Cline Was Crazy (And Guy Mitchell Sang The Blues)
01. The Road To Damascus Street
02. Celebrating Sinking
03. When Patsy Cline Was Crazy (And Guy Mitchell Sang The Blues)
04. Toffee Town
05. That’s Where The Story Ends
06. Johnny Ringo’s Last Ride
07. Gold Along The Cariboo
08. The Son Of The Wind
09. If Your Not Gonna Leave Me (I’ll Find Someone Who Will)
10. Yesteryear
Bonus Tracks
11. Ghost Town Road
12. The Whiskey Song
13. Tank McCullough Saturdays (Electric Version)

CD2 – Hearts On Trees
01. Presbyterian Homesick Blues
02. Tank McCullough Saturdays
03. Psycho
04. Hearts On Trees
05. Said Samson To Goliath
06. Way Too Cool For Snow
07. Schwaben Redoubt
08. The Year Of Living Dangerously
09. Disasters
10. 82
Bonus Tracks
11. Love Owes
12. I Can See My Life (From Here)
13. The Ugly Truth
14. Hell Or Highwater
15. Eight Bells (Demo)

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