Red Diesel

by Pilgrims' Way

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Red Diesel, the first album for 5 years from BBC Horizon award nominees, Pilgrims’ Way, is a full fat, export strength, throttle-wide-open exploration of the contemporary English tradition.

Building on where they left off with the acclaimed ‘Wayside Courtesies’, this is a big sounding, one-way cavalry charge at the barricades.

Drawing the majority of the material from the tradition, no cow is too sacred in the development of the sound. Playing 40 instruments between them, the scope is vast. There are even Tubular bells.

The band demonstrate the full range of their powers, from the good old fashioned thrash through ‘Light Dragoon’, the sparse treatment of Les Barker’s beautiful ‘Maybe Then I’ll be a Rose’, the prog style development of the epic ‘Ride in the Creel’, to the textured Jews Harp led soundscape of ‘6 Dukes’. They’re a band at the peak of their powers, touching countless genres on their way through ten action packed tracks.

Pilgrims’ Way are Edwin Beasant, Lucy Wright, Jon Loomes, and Tom Kitching.

Red Diesel will be released on March 18th, on CD and digital, and there will be a special edition limited run of 300 vinyl records for the enthusiast.

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released March 18, 2016

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Pilgrims' Way Stockport, UK

Award winning traditional English folk band from Stockport.

Folk award nominees, 2nd studio album out now!

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