BRAND NEW SINGLES & ALBUM COMING 2021!
Friday 26th Feb - First Single 'Lost in a Town called Nowhere' (B side - Soho Daze, just another Friday Night) Pre- sale Friday 12th Feb
Special limited edition 7" vinyl release on Red with gold splatter and digital (Download) and Supporting video
April 26th- Second Single 'The Name's Django' (Digital) *Supporting video also Pre-sale from 12th April
June 7th Third Single 'Viva la revolution, Viva Zapata' (Digital) * Supporting video plus Pre-sale May 24th
Full album on Light Blue (White splatter) Vinyl & Fan bundles out
July 9th - Full album is released (Vinyl/CD & fan bundles) 'The Mescalito Vampires' Pre-sale Mid May
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Gypsy Pistoleros are still something truly unique and interesting in today’s predictable musical landscape. A sound and style that mixed sleazy glam rock with flamenco influences and a shout out to Mexican folklore and Spanish tendencies.
The sound is flamenco in a head on collision with punk/rock riffs, pounding bass and thrashing drums. The songs span madly in the best rock 'n' roll tradition with big hooks, attitude, and sleaze. Yet those flamenco breaks got into your head and refused to leave - this hybrid rocks.
This mongrel offspring of fiery flamenco passion and gritty gutter glam, the Gypsy Pistoleros' were born roamin' somewhere between Barcelona and Birmingham, brought into the world to a soundtrack stack-heeled anthems of sleazy ‘70s America. Standing alone in musical ancestry and sum sound, they are one one of those most rare acts who can honestly claim the tag 'unique'
The insane inspiration came from frontman Lee Pistolero GLP, who struck on fusing his roots in the British glam punk circuit to the traditional flamenco/rumba sounds of Spain when living in Zaragoza and supporting Motorhead, The Ramones, Dio, Nazareth, The Cramps, Sepultura and U.F. O during the mid-90s., from stale-beer scented Midlands rock dives, to the majestic Med-coast just upwind of exotic Morocco.
Gypsy Pistoleros may be best described as being the ideal house band for the fictitious Titty Twister bar of Rodriguez’s From Dusk Til Dawn. Between the nods to Morricone’s tense, tumbleweed atmospheres and the Gypsy Kings’ manic Mediterranean energy, a New York Dolls raw glam spark and a surplus of prime G ’n’ R attitude, the Pistoleros‘ sonic style has roots has a widespread as the global fanbase it’s been gathering since they began playing in 2006.