“The Day I Gave My Sister Away” is the new single from South African dirty blues rock duo The Amblers. Comprising of drummer Jason Hinch and guitarist/vocalist Justin Swart, their approach to music is raw but not unpolished, lending an authentic energy to huge drums and dirty, vintage guitar tones.
“The Day I Gave My Sister Away” is completed with The Amblers tell-tale, noisy, gritty signature sound. A tale about a man giving the hand of his sister away in marriage. The rest is what you make of it.
Justin Swart comments on “The Day I Gave My Sister Away”
“This is a great song. That’s a super bold statement, but I want to listen to it. That makes it great. I love the drums, especially the kick. Jason and I slapped a rewired vintage Laney with a 12″ Heritage 100 speaker in it as a sub kick to grab the gnarly low-end of that Vintage Ludwig kit. Beautiful…”
More info about The Amblers
Hailing from a vibrant and diverse music industry, the band have a broad range of both local and international musical influences from Southern Gypsy Queen and The Black Cat Bones, to The Rolling Stones and Jack White.
Consisting of acclaimed drummer Jason Hinch who provides an accomplished and powerful framework for Justin Swart to deliver his raconteurish ideas of music and lyrics to the listener. The Amblers‘ approach to music is raw but not unpolished, lending an authentic energy to huge drums and dirty, vintage guitar tones.
Crank up “The Day I Gave My Sister Away” below:
“The Day I Gave My Sister Away” is definitely what the rock doctor ordered for this Friday morning. I’m curious to see what The Amblers are going to throw our way later in 2021.
You can download / stream the track HERE.
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