CLUTCH: New Song To Be Premiered On 'The Rock Show With Daniel P. Carter'

Maryland rockers CLUTCH are gearing up for the release of their new picture disc single, "Pigtown Blues". The single will receive its worldwide digital release on June 5 and its worldwide physical release on June 19. This is the first new studio material from CLUTCH since 2009's "Strange Cousins From The West", and the first simultaneous worldwide release for Weathermaker Music.

This coming Monday, June 4, CLUTCH frontman Neil Fallon will be a special guest on "The Rock Show With Daniel P. Carter", which airs on BBC Radio 1 from midnight to 2:00 a.m. U.K. time. Carter, who has been a longtime fan and supporter of CLUTCH for years, will be exclusively premiering the track "Pigtown Blues".

For more information on the show and to listen live, please visit www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/rockshow.

CLUTCH will embark on a headlining tour this summer with special guests PRONG and LIONIZE. The run kicks off July 11 in Fayetteville, Arkansas and wraps up July 22 in Richmond, Virginia.

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