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KOBRA AND THE LOTUS Release Video For Cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “The Chain”







"Prevail II" is the proverbial yang to the yin and continues right where KOBRA AND THE LOTUS left off in 2017. The album will be released this Friday via Napalm Records and is available for pre-order HERE!


The band is pleased to unveil their video for a cover of the Fleetwood Mac classic "The Chain". Watch the video HERE!




"We couldn't be more stoked to release the final closer to our "Prevail" album series!! We've chosen a classic, recorded in 1976, and we hope to connect and carry the magic forward from that musical era.Here it is, "The Chain" by Fleetwood Mac, in full Kobra and the Lotus spirit. Can you recognize it?" says Kobra about the video and song.


The band is currently on the road in support of "Prevail II", alongside Texas Hippie Coalition. The tour stops tonight in Atlanta, GA at The Masquerade and runs through June 3rd in Austin, TX. A complete list of dates can be found below.


Kobra and the rest of the band are crushing it so far on tour:

“The USA shows w/ Texas Hippie Coalition have been great so far!! The final countdown to our album release has begun and we're pumped up to be jamming the new tunes on the road with everybody. Come out and rock with us!!!!“
-Kobra


On April 27th (today) another mark in history will be checked off for the band; the release of the second part, "Prevail II". It comes as no surprise that "Prevail" is reminiscent of some of the material on High Priestess thanks to Kobra and Jasio's partnership, but in truth, this massive body of work attests to Kobra And The Lotus' massive growth as songwriters and musicians since 2015. On paper it sounds like lip service to say the band has become heavier, more dynamic and adventurous, but your ears don't lie.



KOBRA AND THE LOTUS
w/ Texas Hippie Coalition
26.04.18 US - Atlanta, GA / The Masquerade
27.04.18 US - Jacksonville, NC / Hooligans
28.04.18 US - Fayetteville, NC / Drunk Horse Pub
29.04.18 US - Raleigh, NC / The Maywood
30.04.18 US - Baltimore, MD / Soundstage
03.05.18 US - Lousiville, KY / Trixies
05.05.18 US - Winchester, VA / Blue Fox
07.05.18 US - Providence, RI / Alchemy
08.05.18 US - Watertown, NY / Exhibition Hall
09.05.18 US - Rochester, NY / Montage Music Hall3e
10.05.18 US - Clifton, NJ / Dingbatz
11.05.18 US - Brooklyn, NJ / The Kingsland
12.05.18 US - Harrisburg, PA / Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center
13.05.18 US - Warrendale, PA / Jergel's
15.05.18 US - Cleveland, OH / Agora Ballroom
16.05.18 US - Flint, MI / The Machine Shop
17.05.18 US - Joliet, IL / The Forge
18.05.18 US - Battle Creek, MI / The Music Factory
19.05.18 US - Sturtevant, WI / Route 20
20.05.18 US - Saint Louis, MO / Fubar
23.05.18 US - Seattle, WA / El Corazon
24.05.18 US - Portland, OR / Hawthorne Theatre
25.05.18 US - San Francisco, CA / DNA Lounge
27.05.18 US - Los Angeles, CA / 1720
30.05.18 US - Phoenix, AZ / Marquee Theater
01.06.18 US - Fort Worth, TX / Rail Club
02.06.18 US - Houston, TX / Scout Bar
03.06.18 US - Austin, TX / Come And Take It Live

PREVAIL TOUR
08.06.18 ES - Spain Portugalete (Bilbao) / Groove Club
09.06.18 ES - Vigo / Transylvania Club
10.06.18 ES - Madrid / Sala Caracol
12.06.18 FR - Montpellier / Secret Place
13.06.18 FR - Nancy / Chez Paulette
14.06.18 FR - Pagney-Derriere.Barine / Chez Paulette
15.06.18 CH - Wetzikon / Hall of Fame


For More Info KOBRA AND THE LOTUS Visit:
http://kobraandthelotus.com/
www.facebook.com/KobraAndTheLotus/
www.napalmrecords.com

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