Alabama Shakes’ Brittany Howard unveils new side-project, Thunderbitch

The album is streaming online

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Alabama ShakesBrittany Howard has released a new album under the name Thunderbitch.

Her self-titled album is streaming in full on the Thunderbitch website.

Nashville Scene reports that a vinyl copy is available to purchase for $15 via Alabama Shakes’ online store, along with t-shirts.

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The album is also available digitally from iTunes for $8.

For Thunderbitch, Howard is joined by members of the Nashville bands Fly Golden Eagle and Clear Plastic Masks.

A biography on the band’s website identifies Howard’s bandmates as “Matt Man, B Bone, ThunderMitch, Char Man and A Man”.

The bio simply states: “Thunderbitch. Rock ‘n’ Roll. The end.”

The tracklisting for Thunderbitch is:

Leather Jacket
I Don’t Care
I Just Wanna Rock’n’Roll
Eastside Party
Closer
Wild Child
Very Best Friend
My Baby Is My Guitar
Let Me Do What I Do Best
Heavenly Feeling

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Alabama Shakes released their latest album, Sound & Color, earlier this year.

You can read our exclusive interview with Howard and the rest of the Shakes by clicking here.

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