Dennis Hopper Choppers' new single, 'Girl Walked Out of Town', will be released on November 7th 2011, through his own label, DWink Records. It is taken from his second album, 'Be Ready'. Dennis Hopper Choppers will be playing two live shows in the UK, in October and November 2011.
The video for Girl Walked Out of Town was shot in black and white and sees Ben Nicholls - aka Dennis Hopper Choppers - performing the song with his backing band in a field at night.
The English singer songwriter wrote his first album, Chop, in the Spanish desert, just miles from where the Western epic 'The Good, The Bad and The Ugly' was filmed. He recorded it himself back in London, playing all the instruments on the acclaimed LP. His second album, Be Ready, wasproduced with the help of Ben Hillier, who has worked with Blur and Depeche Mode in the past. Dennis Hopper Choppers has recently supported Dirty Pretty Things and Glasvegas on tour.
Dennis Hopper Choppers recently announced two live sets in the UK, which are below:
October 28th - The Electric Palace, Birdport, Dorset
November 26th - Martlets Hall, Burgess Hill, West Sussex
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