Track Dogs have released a video for their track “All Clapped Out”, which features the band singing acapela with only hand claps for accompaniment. The lyrics of the song aim to draw attention to the issue of the homeless, the vulnerable and marginalised in society, particularly during the months of December and January.
“No one should have to sleep in the street, under a bridge, without a roof, without a home.”
The band hope to spread a message of kindness with the hashtags #homelessness #isnotachoice #bekind
Track Dogs have been barnstorming the UK in 2019 with some major festival appearances and collaborations. It has been a pivotal year including playing to a heaving, rocking Trafalgar Square and surprise on-stage participation of Show of Hands’ Steve Knightley and Seth Lakeman at Shrewsbury Folk Festival. Well-established in Spain where they are based, they are surprising UK music lovers with “Sun-shiny songs thriving on dark themes behind irresistible rhythms.”
“All Clapped Out” is available from Dec 6th with the pre-sale of Fire on The Rails, the band’s 8th album, due for release on January 24th.