We are excited to announce that on March 31st we released our new single, “Stick To Your Guns”, the lead track from our upcoming 4th studio album.
“You have to push regardless of what anyone tells you,” Emma says. “This was a big thing for us. You can pray, hope, or wish for something to happen, but at the end of the day, you have to “stick to your guns”, go out there, and believe. The song is meant to empower.”
You can pick it up here:
Amazon Music: http://smarturl.it/STYG_Amz
Google Play: http://smarturl.it/STYG_GPlay
Also check out the lyric video for “Stick To Your Guns” on our channel SickPuppiesVEVO:
(March 01, 2016) – The 2016 HardDrive Live Tour is set to hit the road next month with SICK PUPPIES, RED SUN RISING, STITCHED UP HEART, HUDSON and SMASHING SATELLITES confirmed for the upcoming month long trek. The tour is scheduled to kick off in Houston, TX on April 22 and will run through May 21st where it will wrap up in St Louis, Missouri. The 2016 HardDrive Live Tour is produced in conjunction with Ledge Entertainment. Tickets, as well as VIP packages for Sick Puppies, will be available on Friday, March 04 at 10 A.M. via www.ticketmaster.com at www.sickpuppies.com, http://sickpuppies.soundrink.com and on the www.harddrivelivetour.com website.
Since bursting into the rock scene, headliners Sick Puppies have sold over 1 million records, including a Gold album certification for their breakout second full-length Tri-Polar which yielded 2 million in single sales including the gold-certified ―You’re Going Down‖ as well as rock smashes ―Maybe‖, ―Riptide‖ and ―Odd One.‖ Sick Puppies fourth album is due to be released this spring and features the single, ―Stick To Your Guns‖. …
An exclusive from Loudwire.
Sick Puppies are about to take the next step in their career after parting ways with singer-guitarist Shim Moore in October 2014. In December 2015, Sick Puppies offered a video teaser of a studio performance with their new vocalist, but carefully hid his identity. Now we can exclusively reveal that Houston-based singer-guitarist Bryan Scott has joined Emma Anzai and Mark Goodwin in the band.
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