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6th October 2017


Wigan based hard rockers Bigfoot have unleashed the fourth single from their upcoming self-titled debut album, which is released via Frontiers Music srl on 13th October and it's premiering here today on MetalTalk.

'Karma' is the follow-up to the previous three singles, 'Forever Alone', The Fear' and 'Tell Me A Lie' and here it is, for your enjoyment.

Bigfoot begin a UK tour with a special album launch event in Manchester on 14th October and the full tour dates are as follows:

14th October: Manchester, Sound Control (album launch event)
19th October: Witney, Fat Lils
26th October: London, Underworld
28th October: Grimsby, Yardbirds
2nd November: Stoke, Eleven
3rd November: Cardiff, Fuel
4th November: Cannock, The Station
5th November: South Shields, Queen Vic
9th November: Glasgow, Hard Rock Cafe
11th November: Sheffield, Corporation (with Tyketto)
24th November: Troon, Winterstorm Festival
25th November: Edinburgh, La Belle Angele (with Tyketto)


Having toured constantly around the UK and performed at festivals including Breakout, Bloodstock, Hard Rock Hell, Steelhouse and more, the quintet have built themselves a loyal grassroots following in their home territory. Two successful self-released EP's also drew the attention of the Naples based rock powerhouse Frontiers Music Srl, who signed them to their roster as fast as they could.

'The Fear' was written shortly after the release of the second EP. Sam Millar describes it as "a song about the fear in our heads and how it can consume your whole life and take over", while musically Mick McCullagh states that "it is a Jekyll and Hyde type affair. There's the gnarly, in your face heavy rock guitar side of it, then the melodic, anthemic side with big uplifting vocals. It's very dynamic, which adds to the tension we were aiming for."


The video for 'The Fear' was shot by Shane Green at The Giffard in Wolverhampton. Tom Aspinall says "we had played there a month or so before and thought the stage would be perfect for the shots we wanted with the idea of it being quite dark and frantic. We've worked with Shane in the past and knew he would deliver a fast paced and exciting video."

Bigfoot's self-titled debut album co-produced by the band with Justin Richards, who also mixed the record.


1 Karma
2 The Fear
3 Tell Me A Lie
4 Forever Alone
5 Eat Your Words
6 Prisoner Of War
7 Freak Show
8 I Dare You
9 The Devil In Me
10 Uninvited
11 Yours

Bigfoot are:
Antony Ellis - vocals
Sam Millar - guitar
Mick McCullagh - guitar
Matt Avery - bass
Tom Aspinall - drums


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