The Black Crowes' first music video in 16 years

The Black Crowes' first music video in 16 years

The Black Crowes have released today, March 5, the video for the single “Wanting and waiting”, the first preview taken from the next album by the band of brothers Chris and Rich Robinson, entitled “Happiness bastards” and arriving on March 15.

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As the group made known on social media and in a press release, the clip directed by Christopher Acosta is the Black Crowes' first music video in 16 years, i.e. since “Goodbye daughters of the revolution” in 2008.

If we exclude the unreleased “Charming mess” published in 2021 in the box celebrating thirty years of “Shake your money maker” and dating back to the making of the 1990 album, the single “Wanting and waiting” was the first song of the band Robinson brothers in fifteen years, i.e. since the 2009 album, “Before the frost…Until the freeze” (read the review here). The new and tenth Black Crowes album, released after the 2010 acoustic collection, “Croweology”, will include 10 songs and has been preceded by a second single, “Cross your fingers”.

To present the new studio work live, Chris and Rich Robinson will return to tour this spring with the “Happiness Bastards Tour”. The concert series, which includes three-five dates, will kick off from the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville on April 2nd and arrive in Italy for a single date on May 27th at the Teatro Arcimboldi in Milan.