THROWING MUSES – ” Bo Diddley Bridge “

Posted: July 21, 2020 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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Fans of the Throwing Muses have found themselves having to wait quite a bit longer for the trio’s new pandemic-delayed album “Sun Racket”, but they at least were are now rewarded with another new track off the album, the grinding rocker “Bo Diddley Bridge.”

Fire Records have delayed the release of the first new Throwing Muses album in seven years because of record industry complications due to the coronavirus. The 10-song album, will be the band’s 10th record overall, It had been due out May 22nd but now is scheduled to be released September 4th.

The band’s — singer/guitarist Kristin Hersh, drummer David Narcizo and bassist Bernard Georges — were in the studio last year when they played their first shows in five years, a handful of concerts and a slot handpicked by Robert Smith at The Cure’s Pasadena Daydream Festival outside the Rose Bowl.


FIRE RECORDS · Throwing Muses – Bo Diddley Bridge

Of the new song, Hersh says:

“My little boy, Bo, used to fish off Bo Diddley Bridge down the street before it collapsed, around the time our life collapsed. But we lived; we swam in a life sunshine somehow. And both bridges — the Bo Diddley one and the life one — were rebuilt around us.”

“Bo Diddley Bridge.” available through Fire Records 

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