The Shires share new country-pop single ‘Guilty’

UK country duo The Shires are back and headed for big things with their latest, super-catchy single.

Biggest-selling UK country act of all time, The Shires, have unveiled the new video to their latest single Guilty, off of the duo’s new album Accidentally On Purpose, which is set for release on 20 April via Decca Records. A big splash of color and a playful narrative make the perfect visual for their new track.

“From the moment we read the initial concept, we knew this video was going to be a lot of fun to shoot. We got to act a little more in this video – I even got handcuffed but the police. The location for the shoot was really cool, it was set at The Pink Motel in LA which has an 80’s vibe to it, with the bold, bright colours and a slight nod to ‘Stranger Things’ which we love!” says vocalist Crissie Rhodes.

Filmed on location in LA, the video sees Ben and Crissie playing petty criminals carrying out crimes in a laundrette, an American diner and eventually driving off in a police car, Bonnie and Clyde style.

In May an June, the duo will be headed on a massive UK tour with a total 23 dates.

Here are those dates: 

12 May – G Live, Guildford
13 May – Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth
14 May – St David’s Hall, Cardiff
16 May – Colston Hall, Bristol
18 May – Royal Albert Hall, London (part of Albert Sessions)
19 May – Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone
19 May – City Hall, Sheffield
20 May – City Hall, Sheffield
22 May – Regent Theatre, Ipswich
23 May – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
24 May – New Theatre, Oxford
27 May – Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow
28 May – The Sage, Gateshead
30 May – Sands Centre, Carlisle
31 May – Barbican, York
01 June – Symphony Hall, Birmingham
03 June – Victoria Hall, Stoke-On-Trent
04 June – Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool
05 June – Venue Cymru, Llandudno
06 June – Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
08 June – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
09 June – Dome, Brighton
10 June – The Anvil, Basingstoke

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