12 May 2020
This British five-piece ooze rock ‘n’ roll soul, citing Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and The Doors to Sly & the Family Stone and The Violent Femmes as influences on their music and lyrics. After releasing their debut EP ‘Run The River’ in June 2019, the band have gone on to support the likes of The Blinders, Children Of The State and Sky Valley Mistress
These ardent rockers hit Turn Up The Volume’s aural radar for the first time with previous killer single Walk In Line. Brand new single LEAH is a towering triumph too.
This ecstatic corker has a glorious impact from the get-go. Battering drums are the sonic harbinger for a tremendously titanic earworm with a sickly sticky chorus. Electrifying dynamite with a powerhouse melodiousness, ecstatic guitar extravaganza with a mend-binding forcefulness and ebullient vocals taking this intoxicating exploit to an epic level. This exuberant squad is on its way to something really special. Stay tuned, stay safe, stay high-spirited, and dance yourself giddy at home…
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5 February 2020
Band: FILTHY TRICKS
Who: A hard-hitting 5-piece indie rock and roll band from the beating industrial heart of Warrington, UK. Originally formed back in 2016, they returned in 2018 with some new faces, sounding bigger, better and bolder and oozing rock ‘n’ roll soul that the genre desperately longs for. Last year they released EP ‘Run The River’.
Track: WALK IN LINE – new single – frontman Gerard Van Den Hoek says about the track “It’s quite funny as when I was writing ‘Walk In Line’ I pictured the song itself being used on Sky Sports for a sporting event as the lyrics I wrote kind of reflect a battle and never giving up so I think the stars aligned and it was meant to be used for our home town rugby club and I am extremely proud of it!”
Score: Rock and Roll is not dead! No way! If you hear this electric knockout killer your body’s temperature will rise instantly, your blood pressure will boost, your ears will
vibrate and your speakers will tremble. This fiery banger starts with pounding drums,
a vicious guitar riff, and frontman Van Den Hoek‘s robust vocals. One minute later the track explodes heavily and the dynamite chorus kicks in. Soon, to take your breath away totally, hellish guitars take over and go totally bonkers until the impetuous finale. Hell Yeah!
‘Walk In Line’ has also seen the band team up with Warrington Wolves – their hometown’s rugby league team – to create a promo video for the new rugby season. Here’s the clip…
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