Just a few days ahead of their new album Wrong Side Of Paradise, Black Star Riders are thrilled to announce the launch of their brand new single Catch Yourself On. In addition, to celebrate the forthcoming record, front-man Ricky Warwick will participate in a series of in-store dates throughout the UK, playing a selection of the new tracks in an intimate acoustic setting. 

Catch Yourself On is available here
Ricky Warwick comments: ” ‘Catch Yourself On’ is a phrase often used in my home country of Northern Ireland, it’s used to tell someone to ‘stop being ridiculous’ or ‘to get real’. We’re sadly becoming slaves to technology and social media (guilty as charged). We don’t think twice about sharing our inner most feelings and thoughts with a world of strangers… We seem to be losing the ability to think for ourselves. Technology is controlling us, instead we should be controlling technology. It feels like it’s already surpassing human interaction.”

Catch Yourself On is taken from the band’s forthcoming album Wrong Side Of Paradise, which features 11 tracks, and was recorded in the Autumn of 2021 at Studio 606 in Northridge California and Toochtoon Sound in Redmond Oregon with producer and longtime BSR associate, Jay Ruston. 

Wrong Side Of Paradise is available for pre-order worldwide here. Formats include: limited coloured vinyl (including green, blue, red and black/white split), black vinyl, signed CD, cassette and digital download. A special edition of the album containing two bonus tracks can be found on CD (which comes with a 24-page song booklet) and USB stick formats. Various collector bundles are also available, including one with an exclusive 12″.

Wrong Side Of Paradise Track-list

  1. Wrong Side Of Paradise
  2. Hustle
  3. Better Than Saturday Night
  4. Riding Out The Storm
  5. Pay Dirt
  6. Catch Yourself On
  7. Crazy Horses
  8. Burning Rome
  9. Don’t Let The World (Get In The Way)
  10. Green And Troubled Land
  11. This Life Will Be The Death Of Me
  12. Cut ‘n’ Run (Bonus Editions Only)
  13. Suspicious Times (Bonus Editions Only)

The band’s UK tour in February 2023, a special 10th anniversary run of dates, as well as their headline sets at Planet Rockstock and Earache Records’ 35 Years Of Noise party, see the band welcome back guitarist Scott Gorham and original drummer Jimmy DeGrasso for the celebrations.

UK Tour Dates:
Saturday 11th February              Belfast, Limelight
Monday 13th February              Nottingham, Rock City
Wednesday 15th February         Norwich, UEA
Thursday 16th February             Ipswich, Corn Exchange
Friday 17th February                 Manchester, O2 Ritz
Saturday 18th February             Wolverhampton, KK’s Steel Mill
Sunday 19th February               Leeds, O2 Academy
Tuesday 21st February               Cardiff, Tramshed
Wednesday 22nd February        Bristol, O2 Academy
Thursday 23rd February             Glasgow, SWG3
Friday 24th February                 Newcastle, O2 City Hall
Sunday 26th February               London, O2 Shepherds Bush Empire

Tickets are on sale now from
Special Guests Michael Monroe and Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons on all shows except Belfast where Trucker Diablo open.

Ricky Warwick in-store dates:
Friday 20th January – Assai Records Edinburgh 1pm 
Friday 20th January – Glasgow LOVEMUSIC 7pm
Saturday 21st January – HMV Sunderland 2pm
Saturday 21st January – Reflex Records Newcastle 6pm
Sunday 22nd January – Crash Records Leeds 2pm
Sunday 22nd January The Parish Huddersfield 7pm
Monday 23rd January – HMV Manchester 6pm
Tuesday 24th January – Liverpool Phase One 7pm
Wednesday 25th January – HMV Birmingham The Vault 6pm
Thursday 26th January – Banquet Records 7pm
Friday 27th January – Norwich, Soundclash – 6pm
Saturday 28th January – HMV Crawley – 1pm
Saturday 28th January – Brighton, Resident – 6.30pm
Sunday 29th January – HMV Reading -1pm
Sunday 29th January – Oxford, Truck – 6pm
Monday 30th January – Southsea, Pie & Vinyl – 1pm
Monday 30th January – HMV Southampton – 5pm
Tuesday 31st January – Rough Trade East – 7pm
Wednesday 1st February – Cambridge Relevant Record Cafe – 5pm
Thursday 2nd February – HMV Leicester 5pm

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