In the six years since The Sheepdogs claimed Rolling Stone magazine’s one and only Best Unsigned Band contest –earning them a U.S.record deal and a fervent endorsement fromThe Kings of Leon–the platinum-selling group has tirelessly criss-crossed the planet.Touring in support of critically acclaimed albums Learn & Burn, The Sheepdogs and Future Nostalgia has only honed the band’s work horse ethic, generating hits like “I Don’t Know,” the gold “Feeling Good” and “The Way It Is” along the way and transforming them into a highly disciplined live attraction.
It’s a calling that they have never taken for granted. “We could never sit back and rest on our laurels,” notes Corbett. Changing Colours is a testament of The Sheepdogs’ never-ending desire to follow their muse, become increasingly prolific and deliver thrilling evenings of thundering, organic rock to their devoted audiences.The rest just takes care of itself.
“Do good work and the people will find you,” notes Ewan Currie. “Let the work speak for itself. That’s our big philosophy.”Listen on Spotify Book tickets