The Temperance Movement by The Temperance Movement on Apple Music

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EDITORS’ NOTES

This self-titled album of old-school hard rock, blues, and R&B has kicked around other parts of the world since 2013, building up the reputation of star-in-the-making vocalist Phil Campbell. The Glasgow-born singer brings to mind elements of The Faces, AC/DC, Free, and other road-worn heroes. Their classic rock earned them an invitation to open for The Rolling Stones—and hearing the twin-guitar attack of Paul Sayer and Luke Potashnick, it’s easy to imagine this Movement taking hold in America’s heartland. “Only a Friend,” “Know for Sure,” “Morning Riders,” and “Take It Back” prove that hard rock still has plenty of life.

EDITORS’ NOTES

This self-titled album of old-school hard rock, blues, and R&B has kicked around other parts of the world since 2013, building up the reputation of star-in-the-making vocalist Phil Campbell. The Glasgow-born singer brings to mind elements of The Faces, AC/DC, Free, and other road-worn heroes. Their classic rock earned them an invitation to open for The Rolling Stones—and hearing the twin-guitar attack of Paul Sayer and Luke Potashnick, it’s easy to imagine this Movement taking hold in America’s heartland. “Only a Friend,” “Know for Sure,” “Morning Riders,” and “Take It Back” prove that hard rock still has plenty of life.

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About The Temperance Movement

A British hard rock, blues, and R&B band formed in 2011, the Temperance Movement consists of Glasgow-born lead singer Phil Campbell, guitarists Luke Potashnick and Paul Sayer, bassist Nick Fyffe, and Australia-born drummer Damon Wilson. The group's powerful live shows garnered them a solid fan base, and they signed with metal label Earache Records, releasing an EP, Pride, in 2012 and following it with a self-titled full-length, The Temperance Movement (which included the five tracks from the EP plus seven new tracks), in the fall of 2013. After touring extensively for two years -- including a support slot for the Rolling Stones -- they headed back into the studio for their second album, White Bear, which saw release in late 2015. ~ Steve Leggett

  • ORIGIN
    London, England
  • FORMED
    2011

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