The Dead Daisies have lined up the release of their captivating new single ‘A Song And A Prayer’, for today, November 4th on Spitfire Music / SPV, 8 days prior to kicking off their massive six-week joint-headline UK and European Tour with The Answer.
A short film, reflecting the poignant story behind the lyrics of ‘A Song And A Prayer’, the fourth single to be taken from The Dead Daisies’ much acclaimed new album ‘Make Some Noise’, which crashed into the Top 40 National UK album chart in August, is unveiled today (see it below).
Says John Corabi: “This song turned out to have a special vibe to it, very accessible, which is really cool. But the lyrics are rather dark. In the end it's about hope, it talks about all the troubles we're all going through - and that you have to be hopeful, that you will come out of it. Always look on the positive side, that's the message.”
The Dead Daisies, who were recently special guests on KISS’ entire ‘Freedom To Rock’ US tour, have just played their first ever USO headline tour for Servicemen and –women in South Korea. Today, November 4th, they commence performing with KISS on the Kiss Kruise in Cozumel, Mexico, until November 9th.
The Dead Daisies, a ‘must-see’ live act who sold out their solo UK tour dates in July [plus wowed the crowds at 3 UK rock festivals (Ramblin’ Man, Rock & Blues and Steelhouse) in 2 days], then fly in to the UK to play the following shows:
The Dead Daisies are: Doug Aldrich (Whitesnake, Dio), John Corabi (Mötley Crüe, The Scream), Marco Mendoza (Whitesnake, Thin Lizzy), Brian Tichy (Ozzy Osbourne, Foreigner) and David Lowy (Red Phoenix, Mink).