The Trews...thank you and I'm sorry EP out this week
Revered Canadian rockers The Trews are pleased to release their new EP, …thank you and I'm sorry (Bumstead Records) this week. Available physically in Canada and Australia, the EP is a digital only release in the U.S. The 7-song EP is the follow up to the quartet's fourth full-length studio album, Hope & Ruin, featuring The Black Crowes guitarist Rich Robinson and including the song “Leaps and Bounds,” written by Australian Rock icon Paul Kelly.
The Trews has built its reputation belting their high-energy, arena-ready rock anthems from stages across the globe. This time out, listeners get to hear seven new songs co-producded by Gordie Johnson and Trews guitarist John Angus MacDonald.
“We love having something new for our fans, something we’re excited to share,” says The Trews vocalist, Colin MacDonald.
"I love the EP. Just a few songs, it's a great idea to keep the flow going in a recording career. That's how The Trews are using this 7-song release, with an eye to a whole new album coming in 2013," praises Bob Mersereau of CBC Canada. "The best is these aren't throw-aways, but a rather strong collection, and interestingly, a bit of a different sound for the band as well."
Come the new year, The Trews will return to writing material for their next full-length. Expect a new album in mid 2013 from the band that Performer Magazine calls “……..without a doubt, the greatest rock band of their generation.” Alternative Addiction affirms, "The band is too good for fans of great music not to enjoy."