Bluesy US roots-rockers Bourbon House are back with their storming new single Devil On My Heels. The new track is powered by frontwoman Lacey Crowe’s gritty croon, some seriously dirty slide guitar work and pounding, John Bonham-esque drums.
“There are a few schools of thought on the existence of soul mates. Some people believe only one exists and some people believe that multiple exist,” explains guitarist Jason Clark. “Devil on My Heels is a song about the destructive side of grievance and was written in response to our track Keep Your Head from our new upcoming album. The goal was to write a song that’s infectious, groovy, heavy and timeless but with a deeper lyrical meaning.”
Passionately inspired by the classic 60’s and 70’s hard rock sound of rock pioneers Led Zeppelin, Janis Joplin and Deep Purple, Bourbon House is on a mission to create songs that are infectious, timeless and with a unique yet familiar blend of hard rock, blues and psychedelic grooves. The Wisconsin-based independent band, fronted by soulful Canadian blues-rock singer, Lacey Crowe, released their first self-titled EP in 2017 followed shortly after by their sophomore album Wild Abandon in 2018. Founders Lacey Crowe and guitarist Jason Clark are joined by drummer Ryan Sargent and bassist Jeremiah Paarmann to form a unique, hard rocking and naturally swampy blues sound.