BONAFIDE: 'Hard Livin' Man' To Debut Tomorrow

"Hard Livin' Man", the new video from Swedish rockers BONAFIDE, will make its online debut tomorrow (Thursday, May 6) at midnight via the band's YouTube channel. The clip was filmed in Spain, France, Germany and Sweden during BONAFIDE's six-week, 35-show tour of Europe in November -December 2009 that rolled through nine countries.

The "Hard Livin' Man" single will be released on May 7. The track was written by Mikael Fässberg and Pontus Snibb and is included BONAFIDE's latest album, "Something's Dripping", which was released in Sweden on September 18, 2009. The CD was recorded at Musicamatic studios (SOUNDTRACK OF OUR LIVES, D-A-D) in Gothenburg, Sweden with acclaimed producer Chips Kiesbye (THE HELLACOPTERS, THE NOMADS, MILLENCOLLIN).

BONAFIDE recently parted ways with drummer Sticky Bomb "due to musical and personal differences" and replaced him with Niklas Mattsson.

According to a press release, "BONAFIDE delivers blues and R&B-based full-throttle rock 'n' roll, no holds barred. Chips Kiesbye has added his brilliant production skills to the formula, and you seldom hear guitars this beefy or vocals with this much pure attitude and bravado. Main songwriter and frontman extraordinarie, Pontus Snibb, shares writing credits with fellow guitarist Mikael Fässberg on two of the album's 11 tracks. This, plus the fact that the whole group nowadays contributes to the creative process, has added a new dimension and a slightly different angle to BONAFIDE's simplistic, yet innovative and fresh take on classic hard rock. Mia Coldheart of Swedish metal queens CRUCIFIED BARBARA also appears on the album, in the duet 'Straight Shooters'."

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