The Damn Truth – the critically acclaimed Montreal-based four-piece rock band, have announced they will release “Only Love” – their captivating new single on Friday January 14th. The single is accompanied with a colourful and innovative music video. Watch the video via YouTube at www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJ63qIlqHqM.
Produced by legendary record producer Bob Rock (Metallica, Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, Motley Crue, The Cult, Bryan Adams), “Only Love” is the third single taken from the band’s third studio album “Now or Nowhere.”
The single and album are available from www.Linktr.ee/thedamntruth
Says TDT’s lead singer Lee-La Baum, “The lyric, only love can keep us going, serves as a reminder that things during the pandemic are challenging, and hardships are everywhere, but if every day has a new morning and we consider every morning a new beginning, then why shouldn’t love guide it?”
“When Bob first heard Only Love on the first day at The Warehouse (Bryan Adams’ studio in Vancouver, Canada), he liked it right away but wanted us to try to speed up the tempo. Only Love started out as our only ballad on the record, but Bob had a slightly different vision. He basically sent us into the studio, and said: ‘Just give it a try, don’t think, just play it. We’ll know right away if there’s something there’.”
Continues Lee-La, “We played the song at almost double the speed, it felt rushed and awkward, but after laying down the take, we filed into the control room and listened back. It was undeniable. There seemed to be magic to it now.”
The Damn Truth embark on a 13-date UK Tour kicking off at the York Grand Opera House on February 10th and finishing at Southampton 1865 on February 25th.
In addition to the Damn Truth supporting King King on various dates in February 2022, the band will also headline their own shows including Leek Foxlowe Arts (Feb 13), Leeds Lending Room (Feb 15), Bristol Exchange (Feb 16), and Southampton 1865 (Feb 25).
“Touring the UK will make us the happiest, most excited creatures,” says the band. “The four of us are meant to be on the road, together, for life. That’s where we thrive, where we are whole. Nothing compares to life on the road and if we can just make it over there, we can begin to live and love again.”
Tickets are available from www.thegigcartel.com/Artists-profiles/The-Damn-Truth.htm.
The tour follows The Damn Truth’s third studio album “Now or Nowhere” released by Spectra Musique/Sony Music. The album, produced by legendary Grammy Award winning record producer, Bob Rock, is available from www.thedamntruth.com.
The first single from the album, This Is Who We Are Now, took flight in the UK with twelve weeks of airplay on Planet Rock and a spot play on BBC Radio 2’s Rock Show with Johnnie Walker. The single also won Classic Rock’s Tracks of the Week an unprecedented two times.
The band have also been championed by the British music press with extensive magazine coverage in Classic Rock, Blues Matters, Guitarist, Powerplay, Guitar Techniques, Record Collector, Fireworks, Blues in Britain, Hard Rock Hell, MNPR and R’N’R Magazine.
“We’re looking forward to touring the UK,” says lead singer and guitarist, Lee-la Baum. “Last time we played the UK was a one-night banger in London that left us wanting for more. We cannot wait to come back and hit the road in the UK.”
The Damn Truth are PY Letellier (bass), Dave Traina (drums) Lee-La Baum (lead vocals, guitar), and Tom Shemer (guitar).
THE DAMN TRUTHFEBRUARY 2022 UK TOUR
Tickets available from www.thegigcartel.com
*Denotes Supporting King King
*York, Grand Opera House
Thursday 10 February 2022
*Newcastle, Boiler Shop
Friday 11 February 2022
*Glasgow, O2 Academy
Saturday 12 February 2022
Leek, Foxlowe Arts
Sunday 13 February 2022
Leeds, Lending Room
Tuesday 15 February 2022
Wednesday 16 February 2022
Thursday 17 February 2022
Saturday 19 February 2022
*Cardiff, Y Plas
Sunday 20 February 2022
*Birmingham, Town Hall
Tuesday 22 February 2022
*Bury St Edmunds, The Apex Arts Centre
Wednesday 23 February 2022
*London, Electric Ballroom
Thursday 24 February 2022
Southampton, The 1865
Friday 25 February 2022