Thursday, August 30, 2012

The Wallflowers Premiere 'Live from the Artists Den' Performance of New Single "Reboot the Mission"

"['Reboot The Mission' is] a killer, Clash-esque jam featuring said band's Mick Jones in the coolest of cameos.   4 stars" -People

"The Wallflowers sound loose and relaxed on 'Reboot the Mission'... streams of dirty sunlight break through Dylan's world-weary vocals, which seductively linger on syllables as the verses stumble toward a hook... a solid rocker." -Billboard

"'Pick Of The Week'....On the heels of two impressive solo albums, Jakob Dylan rejoins his band....The Clash's Mick Jones lends vocals and guitar on this dubby dance-rocker..." -USA Today

The Wallflowers recently filmed an episode of Live from the Artists Den at San Francisco's Bimbo's 365 Club, and they've released a video of the band performing "Reboot The Mission," the first single off their new album Glad All Over, which hits stores October 2nd. Stay tuned for more info about the full Live from the Artists Denepisode.

Glad All Over is available now for pre-order on iTunes. Fans that pre-order the album will also get an additional track, "Don't Give Up on Me," on release day.

The Wallflowers rose to fame with their 4x platinum album Bringing Down The Horse,which featured four top charting singles including "6th Avenue Heartache," "One Headlight," "The Difference," and "Three Marlenas." The two-time Grammy Award winners went on to sell over 7 million records worldwide with a series of critically acclaimed albums before going on hiatus in 2007. During the group's break from recording, Dylan released two solo albums, which also garnered significant praise, 2008'sSeeing Things and 2010's Women and Country.

The band recently completed an exclusive club tour of the U.S. giving fans a preview of their highly anticipated sixth studio album.

"Reboot The Mission" Live from the Artists Den performance:
"Reboot The Mission" video:
Glad All Over iTunes pre-order:

For more information (and a free download of "Reboot The Mission") please visit

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