We are Independent Country, a 6-piece band based in Birmingham, UK. We are currently recording our debut album, which will be released in 2016. It features new versions of songs by Happy Mondays, Blur, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Oasis, Teenage Fanclub and others.
Howdy bab, Our next show will be with the marvellous Cale Tyson on Thursday 1st June at the Hare and Hounds, Kings Heath. Tickets are £12 and available from Skiddle. Here’s a video of Cale in action. You can also hear his new single, Compromised Land, over on Spotify. We’re looking forward to playing with[…]
On Saturday 13th May we’ll be playing an acoustic show at the inaugural Independent Birmingham Festival, which takes place at The Bond in Digbeth between 12-6pm. We’re onstage at 1pm, playing some stripped-down versions of songs from our recent TrailerParkLike LP. More info on the festival below. On Saturday 13th May (12pm – 6pm), the[…]
Here’s a promo video for Made of Stone, taken from the TrailerParkLife LP, available on iTunes, Spotify and other online retailers. CD and vinyl versions available from our Bandcamp page.
Howby bab. We’re dead chuffed to have been added to the bill for the next Shiiine On Weekender at Butlins Minehead in November. Tickets are available now from http://bit.ly/2017NCB and there’s a currently an early bird discount if you use promo code NCB10
Our debut record, ‘TrailerParkLife‘ is now available. You can now buy/stream the record in services such as Spotify, iTunes and elsewhere. You can also stream the album in full on our Bandcamp page, where the record is also available in CD and limited-edition, lathe-cut vinyl formats. The album features 10 brand new, country arrangements of classic[…]
Our debut record, TrailerParkLife, went on pre-sale today ahead of it’s release on 2nd December. It’s available in Digital, CD and super-limited vinyl. Two tracks are available immediately when you place your order. The album has ten tracks, each a Country version of a classic Indie tune from the likes of Blur, Oasis, Happy Mondays,[…]
We’re really pleased to have been asked to support the marvellous Karl Blau when he visits Birmingham next year. You can get tickets and other info here. See you there.
We had a great time playing at The Union Chapel in London earlier this month. Thanks to Daylight Music for having us, and for filming part of out set. Big thanks also to photographer Paul Carrano, who shared with us some of his great photos. You can see them all here.
Our set from Moseley Folk Festival was recorded by Brum Radio, along with an interview, and broadcast last week. The show has been archived on the Brum Radio Soundcloud page
We recorded a BBC Radio Introducing session after our slot at Moseley Folk Festival last month. Here’s a video of Moose’s “This River Never Will Run Dry”