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bassist/vocalist Paddy Cornwall recently told  AXS/Examiner in NY that what makes him get up in the morning and want to play music and tour the world is that “The fact that we don’t have to get up in the morning.”  Spoken like a true rock star.  This of course has no effect on Paddy and his bandmates knockout shows which of course take place in the evenings.  Los Angeles will get sticky on Thursday, May 26th at the famed Troubadour in West Hollywood at 10PM.

The band embarked on their North America tour via bus starting April 27 at Chicago’s Beat Kitchen and are highlighting their new single “Outcast At Last” as well as other new songs from their forthcoming fall release and previous albums.  The video can be viewed below and heard at  https://soundcloud.com/sureshaker/sticky-fingers-outcast-at-last.   influences range far and wide but the band won’t be mad at you if you liken some of their some of the best UK bands of the 90s including The Stone Roses and Oasis.

The band spent most of 2015 abroad including shows in the US, Canada, Europe, New Zealand and the UK.  Their critically acclaimed sophomore release Land Of Pleasure received many accolades in Australia as well as top five chart debuts on ARIA and AIR Independent charts.  The new album was recorded in  4 weeks in Thailand at Karma Sounds Studios with producer Dann Hume.

http://www.stickyfingerstheband.com

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