The Phantom Cowboys are featured in the latest interview at indie music site Famous Last Words. The band answered questions about their latest EP, Dead Men’s Clothes, their early days and their plans for the near future. You can read the entire interview here
The band’s new Dead Men’s Clothes EP was also recently the subject of a rave review by Johnny O’Prez at Hellacious Harmonies blog. It describes The Phantom Cowboys’s sound, amogst other things as “dark, clever, melodious and urbane as fuck”! See the review here
Yes folks, The Phantom Cowboys new EP is finally available for your listening enjoyment. Give your ears a treat and avail yourself of four original tracks of brooding, yet darkly humorous voodoo jive!
You can buy the Dead Men’s Clothes EP on CD right here from the Phantom Cowboys online shop. You can also buy a digital download version here from CD Baby – our preferred partner – but you can also get it from iTunes, Amazon or Google Play.
The release of the band’s new Dead Men’s Clothes EP is almost upon us: we’re just waiting for the discs to come back from the presses, but we simply couldn’t wait to share our doubtful genius with you all. So here’s a preview of the opening track on the EP – ‘The Hermit’. Hope you enjoy it, please feel free to share social media etc.
In fact we’ve been suitably impressed by the number of you who’ve been in touch asking when the EP will be available to buy. It’s at the presses right now, and we hope to be able to ship physical copies in a matter of weeks.
If you cannot wait to get your mitts on a CD or vinyl copy, then the entire EP will be available on digital download even sooner – keep checking here or follow us on Facebook / Twitter for announcements!
The Phantom Cowboys are interviewed on their return and the release of their forthcoming ‘Dead Men’s Clothes’ EP in the latest issue of Mad Music for Bad People.
This terrific little publication features many of our favourite bands and artists (not just saying that, we have a subscription!) and is well worth the cover price – even when we’re not in it!
Issue 10 of MAD MUSIC FOR BAD PEOPLE is now available, featuring interviews with Yann Moremelons of CorrupTed, Canadian psychos the Gutter Demons, Banane Metalik from Hell, New York City rockabillies Little Lesley & The Bloodshots, The Phantom Cowboys, who’ve just rode back into town, That Demon Barber of Carnaby Street, Mr. Ducktail and those primitives of garage music The Cavemen. Plus there’s a photo review of Hot Rod Hayride 12 by Glenn G-Man Blake. All of this could be yours for just £4 (+p&p) just click on the link
We’re celebrating the launch of our online shop by flogging our remaining CD stock of The Phantom Cowboys’ 1998 debut album, ‘Down & Out at The Club Cruella’ for the bargain price of £6 plus postage!
We hope to be adding more items including merchandise in the near future. You can visit the ‘Shop Cruella’ using the menu link on the left hand side (or below this article if you’re on a mobile phone).
The remaining CD stocks are severely limited, so don’t delay!
(Please note for the time being we can only accept Paypal payments, apologies for any inconvenience).
The Phantom Cowboys have announced the planned release of a new EP and a series of gig dates for 2016. The EP, working title, ‘Dead Men’s Clothes‘ will feature the first new studio recordings by the band in 18 years and will feature four new original tracks. Dead Men’s Clothes is scheduled for release in September 2016 and will be available as a digital download and a limited edition vinyl 7″.
The band has also announced two live dates so far in 2016: The Phantom Cowboys will be playing at The Cat’s Meow club in Norwich on Friday April 29th and will be headlining the Feathersfest alldayer at the Feathers in Wymondham on 2nd July. More lives dates are in the pipeline and are due to be announced shortly.
Check our Gigs page here regularly or The Bands In Town app to stay abreast of new dates as they are announced.
The Phantom Cowboys were recently invited by online music magazine 50thirdand3rd to discuss the influences and stories behind the songs on their classic 1998 debut album, Down & Out at the Club Cruella.