Posts Tagged ‘The Temperance Movement’

The Temperance Movement Release “Take It Back” Video

UK blues rockers The Temperance Movement have released a music video for “Take It Back,” which is off their self-titled debut album. The debut album was voted #11 on Blues Rock Review’s Top 20 Albums of 2013.

Top 20 Albums of 2013

Once again it has been a great year for blues rock. With several fantastic releases to choose from, the staff of Blues Rock Review narrowed down our favorites from the year. These 20 albums were voted blues rock’s best for 2013.

5 Artists You Need To Hear

The last few years have been exciting times for fans of blues rock. Artists like The Black Keys, Gary Clark Jr., and  Joe Bonamassa have breathed new life into the genre. As the blues rock revival continues, more and more promising acts continue to pop up around the globe. Here are five up and coming […]

The Temperance Movement: The Temperance Movement Review

Taking a ’70s-influenced sound and making it relevant is a task easier said than done, but The Temperance Movement could convince you otherwise.  The British rockers’ signature explosive sound captivated music fans when the Pride EP dropped in 2012.  Consider the five-track EP to be a preview for The Temperance Movement’s full-length self-titled debut.  Not […]

The Temperance Movement Release “Midnight Black” Video

British rockers The Temperance Movement have released a music video for “Midnight Black” off their upcoming self-titled debut album. The Temperance Movement will be released on September 16th in the UK.

Album Releases: September 2013

September’s Album Releases video features new albums from Gov’t Mule, Jonny Lang, and The Temperance Movement.

The Temperance Movement Announce Debut Album

British blues explosion The Temperance Movement have officially revealed the details of their upcoming debut album. The band’s self-titled debut is due to be released on September 16th and features 12 tracks of soulful, bluesy rock ‘n’ roll that form one of 2013’s absolute must-have collections.

The Temperance Movement: Pride EP Review

Rock and roll is not dead, and it’s your duty – and The Temperance Movement’s duty – to proclaim this on every street corner.  The end is not nigh.  British group The Temperance Movement formed part out of Glasgow and part out of London in 2011, releasing a debut EP that defies what a typical […]

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