Saturday, February 10, 2018

Black Country Communion stream video for The Cove

Black Country Communion are streaming a video for “The Cove”, as the latest track issued from their fourth album, “BCCIV.”

“I wanted to write a song about my love for dolphins,” explains bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes. “Each year thousands of these beautiful souls are murdered by hunters in the coastal town of Taiji Japan. They are drove into the Killing Cove and brutally slaughtered.

“I have been working with Ric O'Barry from the Dolphin Project for four years, and told him I had written a song about this senseless & horrific scenario for BCCIV, that has been happening for decades.”

“My heart aches as I watch on live stream on what happens in the Cove,” adds the rocker. “I ask you all to listen to this song and understand how deeply affected we all are as animal and sea life protectors. The Dolphin
Project has changed my life, and to my dying day I will be of service to be a protector of all inhabitants that live in the sea.”

Learn more about the California-based non-profit organization at

Recorded in Los Angeles with producer Kevin Shirley, “BCCIV” sees the lineup of Hughes, guitarist Joe Bonamassa, keyboardist Derek Sherinian and drummer Jason Bonham reunite following a split in 2013.

Following a pair of rare live dates last month in the UK, Black Country Communion will next be seen performing on the 4th Keeping The Blues Alive cruise on the Norwegian Jade for a trip that runs from Miami, Florida to Montego Bay, Jamaica from February 26 – March 2.

See also:

Black Country Communion premiere Love Remains video
VIDEO: Black Country Communion premiere epic track Wanderlust
Black Country Communion stream video for Sway
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