Thursday, April 18, 2024

Bonamassa’s Mind’s Eye & UK Tour

Guitarist Joe Bonamassa has released ‘Mind’s Eye‘, the latest single from his most recent album, Time Clocks. 

The official video for ‘Mind’s Eye’, that you can see here at RAMzine, is a homage to the animated style of The Beatles ‘Yellow Submarine‘ and the prog rock videos of the 70s.

“Joe wanted this video to emulate the great prog rock videos of the past using cool custom illustrations and psychedelic scenes,” says Roy Weisman, the CEO of Bonamassa’s U.S. label J&R Adventures.

“The song has a very Pink Floyd feel so the video needed to step up and meet that unique vibe. The whole Time Clocks record is about a journey and ‘Mind’s Eye’ gives you a fun glimpse of what could be swimming around in inside someone’s mind,” continued Weisman.

“What started out with the intentions of being a trio record turned into probably my most adventurous and involved record to date,”  Bonamassa commented, regarding the album.

The new single and video have been released in the lead up to Bonamassa’s UK tour, his first time back here in three years

Bonamassa will performs five concerts through April to May, including two nights at the legendary Royal Albert Hall on Thursday 5th May and Friday 6th May.

Bonamassa will also perform concerts at Glasgow SECC on Wednesday 20th April, Cardiff Motorpoint Arena on Friday 22nd April, and Brighton Centre on Saturday 23rd April.

Tickets are on general sale from Joe Bonamassa’s website and Ticketmaster.

Time Clocks is available via Provogue/Mascot Label Group in Europe – The album can be ordered here.  

His 2022 UK tour will feature the guitarist performing alongside a hand-picked group of world-class musicians playing songs from his forthcoming studio album Time Clocks, as well as tracks from his vast catalogue of albums such as Royal Tea, Redemption, Blues Of Desperation and The Ballad Of John Henry, plus classic Bonamassa fan favourites.

Paul H Birch
Paul H Birch
RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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