Listen Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes return to nature on ‘Wild Flowers’

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes return to nature on ‘Wild Flowers’

The frontman’s offered up another taste of what to expect from ‘Modern Ruin’.

With their new album ‘Modern Ruin’ due out on 27th January and a huge UK tour in the works for March, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have unveiled a thunderous new single, ‘Wild Flowers.’

Following on from ‘Snake Eyes’ and ‘Lullaby,’ ‘Wild Flowers’ once again sees Frank turning down the dial on his usual brutal nature and getting all romantic. Aww. This isn’t some soppy little ballad though. The Rattlesnakes have somehow made a bona fide rock anthem out of talking about flowers and the time Frank went and made daisy chains. Kudos to them!

Have a listen to ‘Wild Flowers’ and check out Frank’s upcoming tour dates below.

MARCH
16 Norwich Waterfront
17 Manchester Academy 2
18 Newcastle Riverside
19 Glasgow St. Luke’s
21 Belfast Oh Yeah Music Centre
22 Dublin Academy 2
24 Leeds Stylus
25 Birmingham Asylum
26 Cardiff Globe
27 Exeter Phoenix
29 Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
30 London KOKO

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