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Bloodhound have announced new single ‘Am I Okay’

Hull three piece Bloodhound have announced Am I Okay, the fourth and final single release taken from their forthcoming debut album, Fragile Skeleton, due to be released on 31 January.

Following the release of the singles AGAIN, PRAISE and WORN DOWN, and the announcement of their debut album FRAGILE SKELETON, Hull trio BLOODHOUND now reveal AM I OKAY? the fourth in the series of singles leading up to the album release, available on 17 January on all platforms.

Listen to AM I OKAY? here:

Speaking about the track, the band explained: “This is the newest song on the album, and was actually born during the first recording session for Fragile Skeleton. It covers possibly the most important topic in this day and age, mental health. It’s a reflection of the struggles of it underneath the surface and the way we, as individuals, hide it on the surface”.

BLOODHOUND recently announced details of their album launch night at HULL POLAR BEAR on SATURDAY 1 FEBRUARY 2020. This will be their biggest headline show to date and will be celebrated with a psychotically twisted line-up that includes their closest friends FAUX PAS and BROODERS alongside further Special Guests.



Further dates have also now been announced, as follows:


Wed 29 YORK Victoria Vaults [with Faux Pas and Brooders]

Thu 30 MANCHESTER Aatma [with Faux Pas and Brooders]

Fri 31 HULL Warren Records [acoustic album release show]


Sat 01 HULL Polar Bear [with Faux Pas and Brooders]

Thu 27 BISHOPS STORTFORD Half Moon [with Flint Moore and Tom Delaware]

Fri 28 BIRMINGHAM Actress & Bishop

The debut BLOODHOUND album, FRAGILE SKELETON, will be released on 31 January 2020. Taking early influence from the likes of Queens of The Stone Age, Drenge, Royal Blood and Alice In Chains, the band have previously released a number of well-received singles and the acclaimed Everyone Out EP; and earned a reputation for their blistering live performances awash with monstrous riffs, mammoth choruses and psychedelic noise.