Mallory Knox reveal Saviour, the latest track to be lifted from their third album Wired, released March 10th on RCA – listen below!
The band have also announced a UK tour for 2017, including two underplay shows at London’s Koko in April – tickets selling fast here!
Defined by psychological conflict, Wired documents a journey of self-discovery for Mallory Knox. Sometimes the biggest part is the realisation that you are fucked up,’ vocalist Mikey Chapman says, ‘and you do need to sort yourself out if you’re ever going to find a pathway to happiness, that leads you away from the vices that deafen you daily.’ The future of the band, though, seems impossibly bright.
In just five years, Mallory Knox have firmly established themselves as pillars of the British rock movement. The Cambridge five-piece released three BBC Radio 1 A-Listed singles on last album ‘Asymmetry’, sold out London’s 3,700-capacity Roundhouse, played to huge crowds on the Reading & Leeds and Download main stages and reached #16 on the official UK album chart.
Breaking free of the restraints that bound them over the first two albums – inexperience, self-doubt, a restricting reverence to their heroes and a reputation as rock’s latest nice guys – Mallory Knox are back – and they’re laying bare their souls, kicking at their boundaries, savaging their sound and expanding their worldview. In the process, they are becoming the vital voice of the modern rock generation; damaged, informed, driven, torn between happiness and hedonism and utterly, utterly wired.
Wired will be released March 10th on RCA, including the following tracks:
1. Giving It Up
4. For You
6. Citalopram (Better Off Without You)
7. Falling in Love
8. Lucky Me
10. Come Back Around