Celtic-Punk Pirates PADDY AND THE RATS Reveal Second Single “Everybody Get Up” + Official Video
Celtic-Punk Pirates PADDY AND THE RATS Reveal Second Single “Everybody Get Up” + Official Video | Watch/Listen HERE!
New Album, From Wasteland To Wonderland, out April 29, 2022 via Napalm Records | Pre-Order NOW!
[Photocredit: Sandor Bikali]
Boisterous Hungarian Celtic-punk pirates PADDY AND THE RATS throw an unforgettable pirate party with their second offering, "Everybody Get Up", cut from their sixth album, From Wasteland To Wonderland. The gripping new track invites the listener to join in a celebratory drink on the high seas. "Everybody Get Up" promises catchy dance and sing-along tunes, delivering another taste of the upcoming album, out April 29 via Napalm Records.
PADDY AND THE RATS on “Everybody Get Up”:
“We shot quite an unusual video for our new single, ’Everybody Get Up’. The song itself sticks out of the line a little bit, because it has a kind of hip hop vibe like our childhood favourite bands, the Beastie Boys and Run DMC, and that is not typical of us. We wanted to visualize it, so we are wearing absolute different style clothing in the clip, summoning the New York hip hop and hardcore bands outfit of the 80’s. We made a very cool and funny mood video that can’t be taken seriously, at all. So many bad things happened to us recently that we needed some happiness, at last. So we took our teenage ourselves out again and were just fooling around.”
Watch the official video for “Everybody Get Up” HERE:
PADDY AND THE RATS throw a first class pirate party!
With their six full-length, PADDY AND THE RATS serve a top-notch pirate party fueled by a heavy dose of Punk, Polka and Folk, turning the world into a giant pub! This Irish influenced sound will assuredly bring up the urge to slam down a cold one while swinging happily along arm in arm to the beat! Formed in 2008 by singer and songwriter Paddy, the untamed unit have built a respective name within the scene due to hard work and extensive touring all over Europe – with more than 400 shows including at the world famous Wacken Open Air and the Sziget Festival. For the new album, they teamed up once again with producer Zoli Baker. The artwork was designed by Jill Colbert, who has also worked with bands like Alestorm, Exodus and Wintersun.
On a rousing 13 tracks, the Hungarians magically pull one stirring song after another out of their pirate hats, featuring a great variation of instruments like accordion, fiddle, banjo and bagpipe. The Celtic punks sail off on exciting adventures with their opener “Wasteland”, offering a longing duo of mandolin and vocals accompanied by violin injections. The spirit is incited with “Ship Will Sale”: The rousing track hits like a wild wave and invites the listener to join the party, swaying and stomping with them. The full-length pushes forward with “Party like a Pirate”, where they delight their shipmates with an eager party hit, that comes with a sweeping sing-along chorus. “Everybody Get Up” offers another power boost and slowly prepares for the end of the adventure, with its punkier, energetic sound. The last stop of the journey with the Celtic Punks is “Wonderland”. This emotional ballad provides the perfect note on which to end the album. With From Wasteland to Wonderland, PADDY AND THE RATS deliver a seaworthy adventure that fills the listener with addictive energy and simple happiness.
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From Wasteland To Wonderland tracklist:
2. Ship Will Sail
3. Party Like a Pirate
4. After the Rain
5. Northern Lights
7. Standing in the Storm
8. Everybody Get Up
9. Hometown Kid
11. Rumble Outta Here
12. The Last Hunt
From Wasteland To Wonderland is available in the following formats:
Jewel Case + T-Shirt Bundle
Digital Full Length Album
PADDY AND THE RATS are:
Paddy O'Reilly – Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitars
Sam McKenzie – Fiddle, Bagpipe, Banjo, Whistle's
Bernie Bellamy – Accordion, Backing Vocals †
Joey MacOnkay – Guitar, Backing Vocals
Vince Murphy – Bass, Backing Vocals
Seamus Conelly – Drums
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