Inglorious will release their first ever covers album, Heroine on September 10, 2021 via Frontiers Music Srl. The album sees the band tackling covers by a varied selection of female artists whom they respect and admire.
Hot on the heels of the successful February 2021 release of Inglorious’ fourth studio album, We Will Ride, their first with the new line-up of Nathan James, Phil Beaver, Danny De La Cruz, Dan Stevens, and Vinnie Colla, the band headed right back into the studio to record Heroine, a tribute to the various outstanding female musicians who have influenced the band either musically and/or vocally. Inglorious put their own hard rock imprint on pop hits from the likes of Whitney Houston, Cyndi Lauper, Miley Cyrus, Avril Lavigne, and Christina Aguilera.
Inglorious Album To Support Women’s Aid Charity
Vocalist Nathan James explains “First things first, we know it is impossible to make these songs better, the originals are perfect and the performances legendary, so acknowledging that we weren’t even gonna come close to the magic of the originals took the pressure off and we could just enjoy making this super fun album. It’s about bowing to these incredible artists and, for me personally, saying thank you for sharing their gifts with the world.
“People assume that the singers I idolise are bluesy rock men, but they couldn’t be more wrong. Every one of these artists has inspired me as a performer, writer, singer, or person. I love the fire all these women bring to their music and that’s what we wanted to say thanks for. Not only to these artists, but the awesome women in all our lives who have loved us and continue to support us.
“With this in mind we are donating a pound from every copy sold on our webstore to the fantastic charity Women’s Aid, who do amazing work supporting women and young girls.”
The band will tour the UK throughout the autumn including a date in Swansea on September 25.
Where To See Inglorious On Their UK Tour
- Sat 4th Sept Storming the Castle, Witton Castle, UK
- Fri 10th Sept Rock City, Nottingham UK headline show
- Wed 15th Sept Guildhall, Gloucester UK headline show
- Thurs 16th Sept Phoenix, Exeter UK headline show
- Fri 17th Sept Junction, Plymouth UK headline show
- Sun 19th Sept Engine Rooms, Southampton UK headline show
- Mon 20th Sept Chalk, Brighton UK headline show
- Tues 21st Sept The Fleece, Bristol UK headline show
- Wed 22nd Sept Islington Assembly Hall, London UK
- Fri 24th Sept Crauford Arms, Milton Keynes headline show
- Sat 25th Sept Sin City, Swansea UK headline show
- Sun 26th Sept The Asylum Venue, Birmingham UK headline show
- Mon 27th Sept Waterfront, Norwich UK headline show
- Thurs 30th Sept Phase One, Liverpool UK headline show
- Fri 1st Oct The Sugarmill, Stoke On Trent UK headline show
- Sat 2nd Oct The Tivoli, Buckley UK headline show
- Sun 3rd Oct Academy 3, Manchester UK headline show
- Tues 5th Oct Riverside, Newcastle UK headline show
- Wed 6th Oct The Cathouse, Glasgow UK headline show
- Thurs 7th Oct Night Train, Bradford UK headline show
- Fri 8th Oct Picture Drome, Holmfirth UK headline show
- Fri 26th Nov Winterstorm, Irvine UK