Robert Plant Releases ‘Bones Of Saints’ Ahead Of New Album And Tour

Robert Plant - Photo Credit Mads Perch
Robert Plant – Photo Credit Mads Perch

Robert Plant’s new album, ‘Carry Fire’, will be released October 13th on Nonesuch/Warner Bros. Records. His new single, ‘Bones Of Saints’, is from the album and is out now, accompanied by a great animated video.

‘Bones Of Saints’ is a thunderous track, and what you’d expect from a rock legend such as Plant. Featuring images from the Look And Learn History Picture Library, which is a collection of the world’s most unusual historical pictures and vintage imagery, it’s both a visually captivating and aurally pleasurable experience. At the same time however, with Plant’s gravelly vocals singing evocative lyrics such as “there’s madness in the sky above the bones of saints”, alongside captioned pictures from Look And Learn, and Biblical metaphors such as The Garden Of Eden, we’re painted a picture of the troubling times we’re living in. Plant isn’t happy with what’s going on in the world, and he’s not afraid to use his standing in the world of entertainment to get the message out.

‘Carry Fire’ will be supported by a UK and Ireland tour. You can see Robert Plant and the Space Shifters on the following dates.

Thurs 16th: Plymouth, Plymouth Pavilions
Fri 17th:  Bristol, Bristol Colston Hall
Mon 20th: Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton Civic
Wed 22nd: Wales, Llandudno Venue Cymru
Fri 24th: Newcastle, Newcastle City Hall
Sat 25th:  Liverpool, Liverpool Olympia
Mon 27th: Glasgow, Glasgow SEC Armadillo
Tues 28th: Scotland, Perth Concert Hall
Thurs 30th: Manchester, Manchester O2 Apollo

Sat 2nd: Northern Ireland, Belfast Ulster Hall
Sun 3rd: Dublin, Dublin Bord Gais Energy Theatre
Weds 6th: Sheffield, Sheffield City Hall
Fri 8th: London, London Royal Albert Hall
Mon 11th: Portsmouth, Portsmouth Guildhall
Tues 12th: Birmingham, Birmingham Symphony Hall

For more information, please visit Robert Plant’s official website.

Robert Plant - Bones of Saints



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