SWEET, featuring original guitarist Andy Scott, have released their new single Everything 2021 today, October 15th. The single is available via iTunes/Amazon/Spotify/Apple Music and all the usual platforms and is also be supported with a music video via the Sweet’s official YouTube Channel.
Stream and download the single from https://bfan.link/everything-2021.
Sweet founding member and guitarist, Andy Scott said, “During the rehearsals for Sweet’s forthcoming Hellraiser UK Tourin November and December 2021, we were trying out various songs from our back catalogue that could be added to the set list. As soon as I heard Paul Manzi and Lee Small’s vocals on the song Everything, I knew that we needed to get it down and record it as our new single.”
The song Everything 2021 is a total new recording. It was original featured on the album Sweetlife released back in 2002. “I think the new version is a far superior production,” says Scott. “It’s much closer to how I envisaged it when I co-wrote the song back in the day.”
Sweet embark on their “Hellraiser UK Tour” on November 25th. Special guest on all shows is Limehouse Lizzy. Tickets are available from www.thegigcartel.com. This is the Sweet’s first major outing since restrictions were eased due to the global pandemic.
Sweet are a British rock and roll institution with a pedigree of 50 years of hit singles. They’ve sold 55 million albums and had 34 number #1 hit singles. Hailed by many as a national treasure with a loyal fanbase, their dazzling arsenal of rock music stands the test of time. The music is as relevant today as it was 50 years ago when Sweet first stormed the UK Charts in January 1971.
“HELLRAISER” NOVEMBER / DECEMBER
2021 UK TOUR
SPECIAL GUESTS – LIMEHOUSE LIZZY
TICKETS – WWW.THEGIGCARTEL.COM
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Brighton, Chalk – Thursday 25 November 2021
Southampton, 1865 – Friday 26 November 2021
Frome Cheese & Grain – Saturday 27 November 2021
London, Islington Assembly Hall -Sunday 28 November 2021
Birmingham, Town Hall – Thursday 2 December 2021
Shrewsbury, The Buttermarket – Friday 3 December 2021
Bexhill, De La Warr Pavillion – Saturday 4 December 2021
Norwich, The Waterfront – Sunday 5 December 2021
Newcastle, Boiler Shop – Wednesday 8 December 2021
Glasgow, The Garage – Thursday 9 December 2021
Edinburgh, Queen’s Hall – Friday 10 December 2021
Holmfirth, Picturedrome – Saturday 11 December 2021
Cardiff, University SU – Friday 17 December 2021
Manchester, Academy – Saturday 18 December 2021
Nottingham, Rock City – Sunday 19 December 2021
Bury St Edmunds, Apex – Monday 20 December 2021