Calling All Astronauts “I Wanna Be Your Dog” New Single – Out Now as a Free Download

Currently sitting at No1. on Reverbnation’s Alternative Chart and following on from their Christmas No.1 on the Twitter Music Chart when they toppled Adele at one minute to midnight, London based Alternative Rock 3-piece Calling All Astronauts have given their electro-punk treatment to The Stooges classic “I Wanna Be Your Dog.”

CAA were the featured artist three times on BBC Introducing page in 2012 receiving many plays from Tom Robinson on BBC 6 Music on each of their three previous singles.

Numerous specialist stations worldwide have had them on heavy rotation from as far afield as Brazil, USA, Canada, Poland, South Africa, Australia as well as receiving plays on BBC 6Music, Q, Amazing! Pheonix and Bloodstock Radio (to name a few) in the UK and have been featured on Ireland’s  RTE 2XM. They have become firm favourites with bloggers and have had features in Four Culture, Louder Than War and Big Cheese magazines.

Their seriously in your face live shows have already seen them receiving great acclaim as they opened for Echo & The Bunnymen, Pop will Eat Itself, A Place To Bury Strangers and Sigue Sigue Sputnik and a sell out headline show at Alan McGee’s Death2Disco.CAA have already been announced to play Kendal Calling 2013 plus other festivals appearances due to be announced shortly and the finishing touches being put on their debut album, Calling All Astronauts are looking forward to an exciting year

 “I Wanna Be Your Dog” is available now as a FREE download via Calling All Astronauts Bandcamp page

Calling All Astronauts are:

David B – Vocals Keys Programming

J Browning – Guitars

Kristi Bury – Bass

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