CHARM CITY DEVILS’ ‘Sins’ Release Date Changed To April 10; First Single, “Man Of Constant Sorrow,” Takes Over Active Rock Radio


March 20, 2012 — CHARM CITY DEVILS has moved the release date of their second album, SINS, from April 1 to April 10. It will be released via iTunes and now CD Baby on April 10 via Fat Lady Music.

The first single from SINS, a cover of “Man Of Constant Sorrow” (from the Grammy®-winning soundtrack of the George Clooney Oscar®-nominated film “O Brother, Where Art Thou?”), has been exploding on the Active Rock radio airwaves ever since it was released on January 23. The song has quickly become a Top 10 Most Played smash on such stations as SiriusXM’s “Octane” (where it’s #1 Most Played and is currently #14 on their “Big Uns” countdown), KHTQ (Spokane, #2 Most Played), KILO (Colorado Springs, #3 Most Played), 98 Rock (Baltimore, #6 Most Played), KQXR (Boise, #6 Most Played) and WZBH (Ocean City, #11 Most Played). “Man Of Constant Sorrow” is currently sitting at #32 on Billboard’s “Active Rock” chart. A lyric video for the song can be seen here: An official video was recently shot in the band’s hometown (Baltimore) at singer John Allen’s home studio and will be released in the coming weeks.

Due to the fans’ overwhelming response to the radio airplay, “Man Of Constant Sorrow” has had an impressive 56% increase in sales on iTunes since its release.

Meanwhile, fans can check out CHARM CITY DEVILS at any of the following tour stops:


Sat 4/21 Towson, MD Recher Theatre (record release party sponsored by 98 Rock)
Sun 4/22 Columbus, OH The Basement
Mon 4/23 Lansing, MI The Loft (WJXQ show)
Fri 4/27 Colorado Springs, CO Black Sheep (KILO “Low Dough” show)
Sun 4/29 Boise, ID Knitting Factory (KQXR free show)
Thu 5/1 Spokane, WA A Club (KHTQ “Low Dough” Show)