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Mallory Knox have shared album-closer ‘Guts’

"It’s the polar opposite of all the other album closers we’ve had in the past," says Sam.
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Published: 10:50 am, June 10, 2019
Mallory Knox have shared album-closer ‘Guts’

Mallory Knox have shared their new single, ‘Guts’ - a cut from their upcoming self-titled new album, due 16th August.

“I've wanted to write a song like ‘Guts’ for years now,” says vocalist and bassist Sam Douglas. “Mallory originally was always about trying to create something big and epic sonically and we never really found ourselves with the opportunity to write a song as in-your-face, fast and short as ‘Guts’ is, until now. I love how it closes the album. As soon as it was recorded, it was my intention to have this song close the record, purely because it’s the polar opposite of all the other album closers we’ve had in the past.”

The band will hit the road for a headline tour from 15th September. They’ll also play a special album release show in their hometown of Cambridge on 16th August, as well as Hang Tight Festival and Truck.

Check out 'Guts' below.

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