European & British Blues awards nominees the Starlite Campbell Band continue their musical adventure with the release of their new single ‘Stone Cold Crazy’ on Friday 1st May, 2020.
Husband and wife team Suzy Starlite and Simon Campbell have temporarily relocated themselves and their semi-mobile recording studio to Lower Saxony, Germany in order to write and record their highly anticipated new album ‘The Language of Curiosity’, set for release on 2nd October, 2020.
With their debut album ’Blueberry Pie’ nominated for best album in the European blues awards, their second album ‘The Language of Curiosity’ continues to push the boundaries of British blues and British rock. The record also features longtime collaborators Jonny Henderson and Christian Madden who are sharing keyboard duties and drummer Steve Gibson.
Suzy enthused “‘Stone Cold Crazy’ jumped out and just had to be the first single we released from the album. It’s bursting with energy and echoes the sound and vibe of the early 70’s where British blues was morphing into more song based Rock ’n’ Roll.”
The band are also *offering a special offer for all preorders of ‘The Language of Curiosity’. To thank you for supporting their work as full time musicians, you will automatically receive a digital copy of the new single ‘Stone Cold Crazy’ when it is released on 1st May, featuring artwork by world renowned photographer Phil Kneen.
*This applies to all singles released from the album prior to the official album launch on 2nd October, 2020.
Preorder ‘The Language of Curiosity‘ today direct from the Starlite Campbell Band website: http://starlite-campbell.com/store
“This was the real deal, scintillating stuff… Simon Campbell and Suzy Starlite are mad for the music, and mad for each other – and their enthusiasm is infectious.
And then – and then, folks – they close out with ‘Walkin’ Out The Door’, the opening track from Blueberry Pie. And this slice of mid-Sixties style soulful blues, with some wah-wah atmospherics, gradually morphs into Led Feckin’ Zeppelin, the riff tipping the hat to the likes of ‘How Many More Times’ while Starlite channels John Paul Jones with an increasingly mountainous bass line. And Campbell goes into mad axeman mode, conjuring up a howling guitar interlude with the aid of an old-fashioned echoplex box of tricks – real analogue tape, boys and girls – ahead of an echo-laden solo. Greta Van Fleet eat your juvenile hearts out.” Iain Cameron – Blues Enthused, UK
„Starlite Campbell are a stunning live band who have the most amazing energy both on and off stage! Their electric chemistry had everyone dancing for the whole night. We can’t wait to have them back again.“ ★★★★★ Nina Jackson. Music & Venue Manager, Half Moon, Putney