Listen: Alabama Shakes’ Brittany Howard emerges with new band Bermuda Triangle

Alabama Shakes, BST Hyde Park by Robin Pope
Photo: Robin Pope

They’ve also shared a new track, ‘Rosey’.

It’s been a couple of years since Alabama Shakes released their last, brilliantly effortless album ‘Sound & Colour’.

Since then, their frontperson Brittany Howard released a full album under the name Thunderbitch - also back in 2015 - but it’s been all quiet on the western front apart from that. Well, that is, until now.

Brittany’s back with a new band called Bermuda Triangle, where she’s joined by folk singer-songwriter Becca Marncari, and Jesse Lafser (who you may remember as having a role in Brittany’s 2015 video for ‘Jack Hat Blues’). After making their live debut earlier this summer, they’ve now shared a new track in form of ‘Rosey’. It’s actually a remake of a song by Jesse, taken from his 2015 album ‘Raised on the Plains’. The track is less bluesy and more folk-oriented, with Jesse taking the lead on vocals for the Americana-tinged number.

Listen to ‘Rosey’ below. 

Introducing Biig Piig

Introducing Biig Piig

Born in Ireland, raised in Spain and residing in London, Jess Smyth is amalgamating heritage and genres in increasingly singular fashion.