Hollywood based heavy rock & roll outfit Budderside who are signed to Motörhead Music have shared their second single, ‘Pardon Me’, which features Motörhead’s Phil Campbell. The track is taken from their upcoming album Spiritual Violence due March 26.
“Pardon Me” was inspired by late Motörhead vocalist Lemmy Kilmister who personally signed them to his label before his passing and previously enlisted frontman and vocalist Patrick Stone (ex-Adler’s Appetite) from his famous “road crew.”
The animated video for ‘Pardon Me’ was, as Stone reveals, “inspired by my experience of meeting, being taken in by, working for and ultimately Budderside being signed to Motörhead Music by Lemmy Kilmister.”
Stone explains that “’Pardon Me’ is an oath. A look at life from the perspective that only our hero Lemmy had. ‘It’s a promise to live up to’, declared to the greatest man that ever lived.”
Swaggering from the start, this track has some serious rock ‘n’ roll about it. A monster chorus that rivals any west coast rock classic and vocals from Stone that put him in the great line up of rock singers. Phil brings the heavy during the verse and chorus but lightens things up with a sweet melodic solo effort. You can hear why these guys were snapped up by Lemmy.
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1. Wide Awake
3. Amber Alert (feat. Carla Harvey)
4. Pardon Me (feat. Phil Campbell)
5. I’m A Man
6. Folsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash cover)
7. Things We Do (feat. Musyca)
8. Feels So Good
9. Soul Searches