The Bristol based quartet are a band who need to be seen live to be fully appreciated, their quirky take on vintage style looking strangely out of place in comparison to the sound they produce.
Change Your Position is, I feel, a very subtle deviation on the band’s first offering.
Following the announcement of two close to sell out album launch shows, Tax The Heat are delighted to announce a full UK headline tour in April 2018.
Tickets will go on general sale on January 15th and will be available via www.taxtheheat.com
Nuclear Blast Entertainment are pleased to announce the release of the new album from Tax The Heat, “Change Your Position”, on 9th March 2018.
“There’s nothing more exciting than playing live. BSR are absolutely thrilled to get back out in the U.K. a wonderful way to round out a great year!” – Ricky Warwick, Black Star Riders.
I may have been late to the party but I left the venue a changed man, besotted and genuflecting.
On a day that definitely felt more ‘Kentucky’ than ‘Kent’, the line up across the stages offered more than it’s fair share of southern rock and roll and thanks to another blisteringly sunny day, was all the more welcome for it. A mixed bag of acts that allowed us to travel around a little more and experience the real spirit of Ramblin’ Man Fair 2016.
Tax The Heat’s album is out now, catch them at Ramblin’ Man in July as well as Steelhouse Festival the same weekend. If you like your RnB, true RnB from the 60s, bringing to mind The Who, The Kinks and more, then Tax The Heat are for you.