Takeaway Thieves – Issue New Track Ahead Of Brand New EP ‘This is RocknRoll’

Takeaway Thieves – Issue New Track Ahead Of Brand New EP ‘This is RocknRoll’

23rd May 2019 0 By Jon Deaux

Takeaway Thieves release their debut 4 track ep “This is RocknRoll” May 24th. Self released on the bands own label Coffee n Mint Records, it was produced by Tim A. Duncan at John Sykes (Whitesnake/Blue Murder) legendary Berlin Studios.


Featuring the single “I Wish You Were Dead” as the opening track, a love song to the Elite. Followed by “Stardust” “ Slippin Slidin” and closing the e.p. as they do live with the title track “ This is RocknRoll”. With fast paced riff laden rock songs and an energetic performance, Takeaway Thieves have garnered a fast growing following and “This is RocknRoll” encapsulates exactly the bands swagger and what they are about, good time Rock n Roll.

We are proud of this ep and the fact it has captured the energy of the band which sometimes gets diluted in the studio.. We asked TT fans what they wanted to hear on our ep and these tracks came out on top of the poll as favourites, so that’s what we recorded.The cover was intentionally designed as a juxtaposition to the music and title of the ep”


May 24th_ Waterloo, Blackpool w/ The Erotics

May 26th_ Bannermans, Edinburgh w/ The Erotics

May 31st _ Waterloo, Blackpool w/ Towers of London

June 22nd _ Summer Solstice Festival, Morecambe                         

July 14th  _ Steamer, Fleetwood

Aug 17th _ Dunkin Arms, Crewe

Aug 25th_ Rockwich Festival, Nantwich

Aug 29th_ Waterloo, BlackpoolSept

Sept 2nd_ HRH Sleaze Festival, Sheffield

Sept 7th_ Ferret, Preston                                                 

Band Website: www.takeawaythieves.com          

                                             Peter Mcloughlin – Vocals

                                            Neil Hunter – Rhythm guitar

                                             Adam Hall – Bass guitar

                                             Ben Gibson – Lead guitar

                                                 Max Yates – Drums

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