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Ye Banished Privateers Posts New Video

Hoist the Jolly Roger! Ye Banished Privateers takes no prisoners with "First Night Back In Port," available June 30th on Napalm Records, where a loose merger of ruffians and raiders will take you back into the cruel world of the 18th century.

Be prepared for rough times where pirates dominated the seven seas! Now the band has unveiled a 360° music video for the album title track "First Night Back In Port" - check it out below.

Ye Banished Privateers counts 30 crew members: at least a dozen of these buccaneers arm themselves to the teeth with fiddle, banjo, and accordion on any of their feasts. All of them are grumpy gorges but with hearts made of gold when they sing against laws and nations. The new album's track listing is as follows:

1. Annabel
2. A Night at the Schwarzer Kater
3. First Night Back in Port
4. All the Way to Galway
5. Cooper's Rum
6. Skippy Aye Yo
7. I Dream of You
8. A Declaration of Independence
9. For a Fragile Moment's Ease
10. We Are Ye Banished Privateers
11. Bosuns Verses
12. Eastindiamen
13. Devil's Bellows
14. Ringaroo at Coopr's Inn
15. Mermaid's Kiss More...

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Ye Banished Privateers Signs With Napalm Records

Ahoy sailors! Known for their excellent taste and passion for pirates in metal, Napalm Records welcomes a new band to the diverse and exciting artist roster and label family: Ye Banished Privateers has signed a worldwide record deal with Napalm Records! The band's third studio album titled "First Night Back In Port" will be released on June 30th.

Ye Banished Privateers takes you 300 years back in time for an imaginary journey through the harsh life at sea during the early 18th century. With songs inspired by traditional Irish and Scandinavian folk music, acting and elaborate historical clothing the privateers tell a story about the rough sailor's life, lived on the other side of the law - and the fight against oppression and nationalism.

Together, the nearly 30 crew members take turns to go on tour and plunder, and with around a dozen sailors on stage no two shows are ever the same. The mix of rude folk and punk music invites you to dance and sing along, while the gripping ballads will make the toughest pirate heart soft. More...

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