Psychedelic-blues renegades DeWolff return with the live video for fan favourite.
‘Tombstone Child’ taken from their new live record ‘Live & Outta Sight II,’ which will be released on Mascot Records on 14th June, 2019.
The video was shot in December of last year during DeWolffest 1.5 at TivoliVredenburg/Utrecht and talking about the video Pablo van de Poel says; “We saved the best for last: check out our brand new live video for the song TOMBSTONE CHILD, shot during our very own DeWolffest 1.5. Some wild, long haired rock ‘n roll, a space time bending video full of hazy psychedelicness… What more can you wish for? Extra background vocals? Check! The amazing Rolettes joined us on stage for some serious soul singing, baby!”
Following the release of 2018s ‘THRUST’ that crashed into the Dutch Top 10 Album Charts and the acclaim that followed, the band picked up the prestigious Dutch Edison Award for ‘Best Rock Album’ in February, which capped off an incredible 9 months and saw the band play over 100 shows across 13 countries. The live album was recorded over their 2018-19 tour of the Netherlands; during DeWolffest 1.5 to 2000 fans at Tivoli, Utrecht on December 29th 2018, the beautiful old theatre Luxor Live in Arnhem on January 10th 2019, Paard van Troje in Den Haag (The Hague) on February 1st 2019 and the EM2 in Groningen on December 6th.
The band formed in the Netherlands’ Deep South of Geleen, when they were barely teenagers in 2007 by brothers’ Pablo (singer/guitarist) and Luka van de Poel (Drums) and Hammond organist Robin Piso. Named after Harvey Keitel’s character, Winston Wolfe, in Pulp Fiction. They have since picked up fans in the shape of Seasick Steve, had a chance meeting with Robert Plant and have played with Blues Pills, Wolf People, The Black Keys and Deep Purple.
DeWolff have another busy summer planned, taking themselves back on the road; headlining the Volt Stage at Sziget Festival (Hungary), playing Krach am Bach Festival (Germany), Paaspop (Netherlands), Raismes Festival (France) and will be supporting Wolfmother in Utrecht (Netherlands) in June as well as continuing to prolifically cover ground across the continent.