SHE DREW THE GUN return with a new video for latest single No Hole In My Head, a cover of a 1960s protest song by US folk singer, Malvina Reynolds, which is given a hurtling, bluesy makeover courtesy of the Merseyside outfit. Singer-songwriter and guitarist, Louisa Roach, explained the reason behind the cover: “Malvina Reynolds is someone who’s really inspired me. She only started her music career in her late forties, but wrote all these meaningful songs and became a legend of the folk song movement.”
The video matches the defiant lyrics of the songs, with fans and friends leaving positive messages on balloons that flood the band’s sunshine yellow-walled performance space.
After 2016 being a breakthrough year for the melancholic psych-poppers, the single is taken from forthcoming album Memories of Another Future, and ahead of a tour which sees them jetting off for their SXSW debut and then taking in dates around the UK, including a Get it Loud in Libraries show in Liverpool.
She Drew The Gun play Liverpool Central Library on 25th March. Memories of Another Future is out 17th March via Skeleton Key Records.