The release of Mallory Knox’ fourth album is nearly here. The self-titled record will be out 16 August via A Wolf At Your Door Records and the latest single from it has now been revealed. ‘Livewire’ was written by vocalist and guitarist Sam Douglas post-midnight after a particularly miserable day. Following on from the recent release of album track ‘Guts’, ‘Livewire’ is further embodiment of the personal catharsis that’s felt throughout ‘Mallory Knox’.

On top of being a melting point of riffs and melody, ‘Mallory Knox’ sees the band channeling all their experiences (and frustrations) to date, using their new aggressive flair to get their point across. Mallory are not holding back for anyone.

Possessing a love of music that continues to get deeper, a brotherhood that has only gotten stronger as the years have passed and an album that represents who they are and who they want to be better than anything they have produced before, this is the moment that Mallory Knox truly come into their own. Using everything they have learned over the years to propel them forward and a desire to keep on writing better and better songs, ‘Mallory Knox’ is the album the band have always been threatening to make.

The Cambridge four-piece are set to embark on an extensive UK headline tour in September and October which will even take them to places they’ve never played before. Mallory Knox will also play a special album release show in their hometown of Cambridge on 16 August, as well as Truck Festival in Oxfordshire on 27 July.

27/07 Truck Festival, Oxfordshire, UK
16/08 Junction, Cambridge, UK  – album release show
15/09 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff, UK
16/09 Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth, UK
17/09 The Fleece, Bristol, UK
19/09 The Horn, St Albans, UK
20/09 Met Lounge, Peterborough, UK
21/09 BlackMarket VIP, Hastings, UK
23/09 Phase 1, Liverpool, UK
24/09 Gorilla, Manchester, UK
25/09 Foundary, Sheffield, UK
27/09 Underworld Camden, London, UK
29/09 The Boileroom, Guildford, UK
30/09 Mama Roux’s, Birmingham, UK
01/10 Waterfront Studio, Norwich, UK
02/10 Polar Bear, Hull, UK
04/10 MK11, Milton Keynes, UK
05/10 Nice N Sleazy, Glasgow, UK
06/10 Key Club, Leeds, UK
07/10 Think Tank?, Newcastle, UK
09/10 Cavern, Exeter, UK
10/10 Frog & Fiddle, Cheltenham, UK
11/10 The Shed, Leicester, UK
12/10 Booking Hall, Dover, UK
13/10 Esquires, Bedford, UK

1. Psycho Killer
2. White Lies
3. The World I Know
4. Livewire
5. Wherever
6. Freaks
7. Fine Lines
8. Black Holes
9. 4
10. Radio
11. Heartbreak Lover
12. Guts

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