Lollapalooza Friday – Catch Black Pistol Fire on the Tito’s Stage 2:00-3:00pm at Lollapalooza on Friday, July 30

Black Pistol Fire at LOLLAPALOOZA
Austin Alt-Rock Group Perform at
FRIDAY, JULY 30 on the Tito’s Stage
2-3:00 PM
Austin by way of Canada alt-rock duo Black Pistol Fire, will perform at Lollapalooza on Friday, July 30 from 2-3:00PM on the Tito’s Stage.
Black Pistol Fire are touring the U.S. and Canada this summer and Fall in celebration of their new album Look Alive, out now via Black Hill Records, For all Black Pistol Fire North American tour dates, visit:
Listen to Black Pistol Fire’s Look Alive:
Look Alive debuted in the U.S. at #2 on the Billboard Alternative Albums chart, #10 on Top New Artists Albums, #24 on Rock Albums, and #39 on the Digital Albums chart. Look Alive delivered on the Canadian charts as well, with debuts of #5 on the Alternative Albums chart, #15 Top Current Albums chart, #17 Top Albums chart, and #26 on the Current Digital Albums chart.
Look Alive delivers on Black Pistol Fire’s renowned fusion of southern rock, blues, and garage punk through wildly diverse and standout songs–among them the raucous title track “Look Alive,” the psych-laced “Level,” an R&B-inflected “Temper, Temper,” and “Never Enough.” For Look Alive, Black Pistol Fire–Kevin McKeown (guitarist, lead vocalist, songwriter) and Eric Owen (drums/bass synth) — teamed with co-producer and engineer Jacob Sciba (Gary Clark Jr, Gov’t Mule, Warren Haynes) and multi-GRAMMY winning mixer Vance Powell (White Stripes, Raconteurs, Chris Stapleton).
WHEN: FRIDAY, JULY 30 –2:00-3PM–Lollapalooza–Tito’s Stage
NOTE: BLACK PISTOL FIRE are available for In-person and Zoom interviews. Request times: HERE.
Black Pistol Fire –Look Alive — Critic’s Quotes
“Songs like “Bad Blood” and “Hope In Hell” are teething with all the implied grit and gumption that belies their small two-person stature — like The Black Keys on a case of energy drinks.”
–Selena Fragrassi, CHICAGO SUN TIMES “Top 10 Acts at Lollapalooza”
(July 27, 2021)
“a stunning and rigorous new record.”
–Jake Utti, AMERICAN SONGWRITER (January 2021)
“an amalgam of Southern rock, blues and garage punk sounds.”
–Alejandra Perez, ROLLING STONE MEXICO (February 2021)
“‘Hope in Hell’ is a slow-burning southern rock number that’s as faithful to the blues as it is to honesty.”
–Nina Corcoran, CONSEQUENCE
“If there is a word to define this album, it is power.”
–RADIONICA Colombia (February 2021)
Watch and share the video for “Look Alive” from Black Pistol Fire, HERE.
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