Track: Black Stone Cherry share third single, ‘In Love With The Pain’ from their forthcoming album

Black Stone Cherry have released ‘In Love With The Pain’, the third new song to be taken from their forthcoming seventh studio album, The Human Condition, set for release on 30th October via Mascot Label Group. 

Black Stone Cherry tell us: 

“In Love With The Pain is one of the unexpected classics that we didn’t even know we needed! We wrote that song years ago with a couple friends of ours, Scott Lindsey and Stephen Styles, with the intention to pitch it to another artist. However, it kept making its way back into our minds while listening to old demos. So we decided to give it a chance and re-worked it to put our BSC stamp on it, and we are so happy we did! It’s now a favourite!”

As is the case with Black Stone Cherry, this track is a big slice of American rock. Full of huge drums and an even bigger emotive chorus. This is one of the best tracks the band have shared and while others bands have run out of steam Black Stone Cherry are still hurtling along on their 7th album. Long may it continue.

Check it out, here

Pre order the album here

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The Human Condition arrives on 30th October via Mascot Label Group. The collection is available in digital, deluxe CD and vinyl formats, with an array of music & merch bundle options and a UK exclusive purple vinyl, which you can pre-order here

Last month, Black Stone Cherry debuted the album’s lead track, ‘Again.’ Watch that video here and watch the video for the second single ‘Ringin’ In My Head’ here

The Human Condition track listing:

  1. Ringin’ In My Head
  2. Again
  3. Push Down & Turn
  4. When Angels Learn To Fly
  5. Live This Way
  6. In Love With The Pain
  7. The Chain
  8. Ride
  9. If My Heart Had Wings
  10. Don’t Bring Me Down
  11. Some Stories
  12. Devil In Your Eyes
  13. Keep On Keepin’ On

The band had to postpone their massive 16-date UK tour, which was set to begin this month. The shows have been rescheduled for September 2021 and culminate with a date at London’s legendary Royal Albert Hall.

Tickets for all original shows remain valid for the new dates and you can pick up tickets from

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