Glasgow’s Three Blind Wolves have announced a mini tour of The Netherlands to promote their forthcoming mini album ‘Sound of the Storm’. There is nothing mini about their sound however and singer-songwriter Ross Clark will be proving that to audiences in Utrecht and Amsterdam later this month. Details below:

Earlier this year Three Blind Wolves’ Ross Clark spoke with Dear Scotland ahead of some dates in Ireland about being Scottish abroad and some of his musical influences:

DS: Do you feel more Scottish when you are abroad, or do you adapt well to new places? Anything you miss about Scotland?
Three Blind Wolves: I do feel more Scottish when abroad especially in England. I played a solo show at Kings College in London and found myself running around screaming at folk like Rab C. I don’t really talk like that elsewhere. I’m proud to be Scottish I suppose.

DS: Are there any Scottish musicians, past or present, that have influenced you?
Three Blind Wolves: There are loads, I’ve been listening to the Incredible String Band recently, ‘Half Remarkable Question is a beautiful song. Belle and Sebastian are one of my favourite bands and I really love The Jesus and Mary Chain, their song ‘Cracking Up’ is beautiful.

Jesus and Mary Chain – ‘Cracking Up’

Full interview with Dear Scotland published February 5, 2010

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