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Mercy of Man and the Music that Inspired The Card Counter

Posted earlier today on BRMC’s Facebook page:

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0birIEVpDshr9DUpkzIz8c… Mercy of Man and the music that inspired The Card Counter.

This was a crazy ride of exploring many different colors/sounds/tones for so many months. If you’re curious what inspired me while working on the soundtrack, and what I was listening to while composing, then you’ll enjoy this. Mostly for all the super nerds out there, ha. But yeah, check out the playlist on Spotify now.

Peter Hayes on the Limehouse Podcast

Earlier today, BRMC shared a new podcast interview with Peter Hayes!

BRMC/me (Pete) aside.

Just a recommendation of a Podcast you may enjoy.Thank you to William from The Limehouse Podcast It’s always nice meeting others who have a joy and passion to keep learning in life and share with others. Full Episode:https://open.spotify.com/episode/263yCr2NlzJuQ3hFSKZ6g7…

https://open.spotify.com/episode/263yCr2NlzJuQ3hFSKZ6g7?si=GwFehjwtTUuw_j7l_l8wmQ&dl_branch=1

From William, the creator of The Limehouse Podcast:

So this week I touch base with one of the most iconic figures in rock n roll. Peter Hayes has been front and centre of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club for twenty years. Hard to believe it’s been that long when I think back to the days of going to see them. In the early 00’s I thought I was going to live forever; the bands such as BRMC gave you a certain amount of bulletproof lifestyle.

I definitely owe quick a bit to @thealexwintershow for taking me to endless inspiring gigs from BRMC to The Libertines when they had nothing more than a handful of followers.

My conversation with Peter is right up there with the most fun I’ve had. Those of you that listened to the Danny episode will know I had a great time. This was just such a connection. It’s not often a guest really takes the time to ask about the show, it’s history; so we really had a great two way chat! We talk about studio time, life on the road, anxiety, NME and so much more.

Listen to Sin Alley’s Some Weird Sin EP with Peter Hayes on Spotify/YouTube!

It’s as close to new BRMC as we can get for now! The EP “Some Weird Sin” now available on Spotify, YouTube, iTunes, iradio and other music sites – one of the tracks called “Switchblades” features Peter Hayes BRMC on organ

Here’s the Spotify player:

And YouTube playlist:

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