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The Sheepdogs Share Nobody Video

Thursday, 08 March 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

The Sheepdogs have shared a video for their new single, Nobody.

The track features on the Saskatoon rockers' sixth album, 'Changing Colours', which was released in North America last month and arrives in the UK on April 27. Speaking about the video, bassist Ryan Gullen says: 

"Coming up as a band we booked a lot of shows that were us playing at the wrong bar. Playing these shows everyone in the band wants to kill each other. Now we finally got our chance and I got to make it a reality. We shot the video at a bar the Commercial Tavern in Maryhill, Ontario, one of the oldest still active county roadhouses in Canada."

The quartet will return to the UK and Europe later this spring, with shows confirmed at King Tuts in Glasgow, Manchester's Deaf Institute and the Lexington in London on April 9, 10 and 11 respectively. Tickets are on sale now, priced £10.00/£15.00 plus fees.

The Sheepdogs Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon April 09 2018 - GLASGOW King Tuts Wah Wah Hut
Tue April 10 2018 - MANCHESTER Deaf Institute
Wed April 11 2018 - LONDON Lexington

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