The Bronx, whose upcoming album, Bronx VI, is already stacking up widespread praise, debut the third single from the upcoming album, releasing “Watering The Well”.
"’Watering The Well’ is equal parts rock n roll rendezvous and back alley Bronx beatdown! With an opening riff that doubles as a call to the wild,” offers Bronx vocalist Matt Caughthran, “and a rhythm section dirtier than the Detroit gutter, listening to this song after midnight will 100% get you arrested.”
The SoCal band, in partnership with San Diego-based Fall Brewing Company, have created a limited-edition, easy drinking lager of the same name (“Watering The Well”), which will be released on May 29. The band stops by the brewery that afternoon (3 p.m. pacific) with exclusive posters, rare and out of print vinyl (including the sold out “Watering The Well” 7-inch) and a commemorative t-shirt.
The Bronx have also partnered with several highly-regarded artists for their now sold out Bronx VI 7-inch series, with “Watering The Well” featuring the artwork of Brian Montuori. The internationally renowned painter is known both for his large scale, often animal-centric, pieces, as well the instantly recognizable covers of The Dillinger Escape Plan’s Miss Machine and One Of Us Is The Killer, and Dälek’s From Filthy Tongue of Gods and Griots. A limited number of “Watering The Well” 7-inch singles are available.