Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs release new single “Hot Stuff” (feat. The Lovely Eggs) & get ready for ‘Viscerals’ album tour

By October 20, 2021 Leeds, News

Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs return with the first new music since the release of their mighty third album Viscerals,  and what a treat for your ears this is!!

‘Hot Stuff’, the famous Donna Summer track gets the Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs treatment and not only that, Lancaster duo The Lovely Eggs jumped into the vocal booth and contributed their vocal talents on this incredibly unique version. Head to the Quietus to read the interview with the band on thier upcoming tour.

Listen/share “Hot Stuff” HERE

Bandcamp pre-order link HERE

“When we’re writing we always begin with a single riff, it seems to us that Hot Stuff began life the same way. It’s an untouchable song in a lot of ways but well, here we are.” said Adam Ian Sykes, from Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs. “…and The Lovely Eggs are just as their name suggests. So easy to work with to boot. They were exactly what we needed.”

The eye-popping art for the single was created by the extremely talented Drew Millward, the artist who also created the sleeve for the band’s 2020 12” release The Wizard And The Seven Swine – a re-mixed and remastered version of their debut track release.

All income made from this single is to help raise money for Pop Recs in memory of Dave Harper. Adam said “Dave was a hero to a lot of people and rightly so, his contributions to music in the north east were enormous. Pop Recs is such an important place to the area and a legacy that needs and deserves a great deal of support.”

Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs are finally able to head out for their Viscerals album release tour, and The Lovely Eggs are also joining them as special guests at their show in Nottingham. As well as their good friends Blom, the band have invited Richard Dawson, Obey Cobra, Kulk and others to join them on various dates on the tour.

Tour dates below, visit www.pigsx7.com for full details:

Oct 23 / Stowmarket / John Peel Centre
Nov 12 / Norwich / The Waterfront
Nov 13 / Swansea / Sin City
Nov 17 / Belfast  / The Empire Music Hall
Nov 18 / Limerick / Dolans
Nov 19 / Cork / Kino
Nov 20 / Dublin / Whelan’s
Nov 23 / Manchester  / Albert Hall
Nov 24 / Bristol / Motion
Nov 25 / Birmingham / The Mill
Nov 27 / Brighton / Concorde 2 –
Nov 29 / Southampton / Engine Rooms
Nov 30 / London  / Electric Ballroom
Dec 1 / London / Electric Ballroom
Dec 2 / Leeds  / Stylus
Dec 8 / Nottingham  / Rock City
Dec 9 / Edinburgh / Summerhall
Dec 10 / Glasgow  / St Luke’s
Dec 11 / Aberdeen / The Lemon Tree
Dec 17 / Newcastle Upon-Tyne / The Cluny
Dec 18 / Newcastle Upon-Tyne / The Cluny
Dec 19 / Newcastle Upon-Tyne / The Cluny

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