The Darkness Motorheart album review. Packed with sold gold hits.

The Darkness Motorheart album review, spoiler alert “You are going to love it”. Here we are again people, it’s time for a new album from The Darkness, what better Christmas present could you ask for? Rock News HQ have been given an advanced copy of Motorheart, so we can pass on they joy and glad tidings to you. The good news is you don’t have to wait long as Motorheart is out this Friday the 19th.

It all kicks off with a thumping bass line from Frankie on Welcome Tae Glasgae, and we soon get treated to yet another classic Darkness riff. I’m sure you are now all familiar with the Star Trek infused It’s Love, Jim (But not as we know it) one of the singles released a few weeks ago.

Next it’s the title track Motorheart, this and Nobody Can See Me Cry have riffs that would make the late great Lemmy proud, and they both have massive Darkness choruses. Sticky Situations is more of a ballad done in a style that only can be carried off by The Darkness, this could be the singalong track of the album. Speed Of The Nite Time has an 80’s rock feel with some seriously good harmonies.

All in all this album is more solid gold from one of the hardest working bands out there. Now we all know Christmas doesn’t start officially until you see The Darkness preforming Christmas Time (Don’t Let the Bells End) live, and this year is no exception as you can catch the boys out on tour from the 17th. Get your tickets below.

The Darkness Motorheart album review.

Released in a wide variety of formats, including standard and deluxe versions, Motorheart is available both digitally and physically. There’s a heavyweight black vinyl album, limited edition colour LPs, CDs and an old-school cassette version. With exclusive bundles and signed editions to boot, it’s the complete aural experience from The Darkness, and a glorious addition to one of the most exciting canons in British rock music, all available to pre-order here.


MOTORHEART tracklisting:
Welcome Tae Glasgae
It’s Love, Jim
Motorheart
The Power And The Glory Of Love
Jussy’s Girl
Sticky Situations
Nobody Can See Me Cry
Eastbound
Speed Of The Nite Time

You Don’t Have To Be Crazy About Me… But It Helps *
It’s A Love Thang (You Wouldn’t Understand) *
So Long *

* – bonus deluxe tracks

With a back catalogue overflowing with sonic gold and a live reputation that most bands can only dream of attaining, The Darkness have established themselves as one of the most loved and important British rock bands of our time. Their last album, 2019’s Easter Is Cancelled, became the band’s fourth Top 10 album in the UK, whilst also topping the Official Charts Top 40 Rock Chart and the iTunes Rock Chart, alongside receiving swathes of critical praise.

The Darkness will be showcasing the live potency of Motorheart on their extensive 22-date UK headline tour throughout November and December this year. A true spectacle to behold, fans will be treated to brand new songs from the album as well as hits from across their award-winning, platinum selling back catalogue. Support also comes from another great British band, Massive Wagons. Tickets are available here.


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The Darkness Motorheart album review. Packed with sold gold hits.

The Darkness Motorheart album review.

Get your Motorheart tour tickets here

The Darkness Motorheart album review. Packed with sold gold hits.

The Darkness Motorheart album review.

Andy
The Darkness Motorheart album review.@ Rock News.

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Dan Hawkins – Guitar
Frankie Poullain – Bass
Rufus Tiger Taylor Drums

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