Vandoliers show off the rowdy, breakneck side of their country punk sound on new single “Bless Your Drunken Heart”, a standout from their upcoming new album The Vandoliers (out August 12th via Amerikinda Records/Soundly Music). A rollicking ode to a town drunk, “Bless Your Drunken Heart” has quickly become a live, shout-along fan favourite. The band just wrapped up their first European tour, and open for Turnpike Troubadours at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN on July 29th before launching their summer headlining tour in August. Vandoliers will also tour across the US with Old 97’s in September, and they’ll tour with Mike and the Moonpies in October. Vandoliers are a uniquely Texas band, distilling the Lone Star State’s vast and diverse musical identity into a raucous, breakneck vibe that’s all their own. After spending much of the last three years furiously writing and recording music, this Dallas-Fort Worth six-piece is back with The Vandoliers, a new album that proves these rowdy, rollicking country punks are tighter, more cohesive and more sonically compelling than ever. Few bands can spend a month on the road with punkers Flogging Molly and then turn around a week later and open the first two reunion shows for independent country legends the Turnpike Troubadours, as Vandoliers did earlier this year. Vandoliers effortlessly bring together the square toes and the steel toes. Vandoliers are Joshua Fleming, bassist Mark Moncrieff, drummer Trey Alfaro, fiddler Travis Curry, electric guitarist Dustin Fleming, and multi-instrumentalist Cory Graves.