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West Midlands Various Rockers New Single ‘Do not Let Me Drown’

West Midlands various rockers Battle Choir ship the infectious, explosive but considerate new single ‘Don’t Let Me Drown’, a primary style of the three piece’s upcoming album.

Bringing collectively a guitar heavy, Muse come The Bends-era Radiohead soundscape, the observe’s cinematic rock soundscape is as epic as it’s considerate and complex. Topping the high-octane instrumentation, lead vocalist Ali’s vocals glide with a silky ease which pulls the observe away from out and out heavy rock and right into a extra melodic realm.

Because the observe builds including delicate electronics to the bass, drums and guitar of the bands line up, the observe retains steadily constructing earlier than reaching a surprising climax with an intense, Alter Bridge-esque guitar solo.

Talking concerning the single and upcoming album, Battle Choir share: “It is a single from our full album ‘Unusual Sport’, which might be launched single by single all year long. Every single wil have various variations that we’ll generally launch on-line however will reserve particular variations solely out there as bodily copies for liveshows – one thing for hardcore followers to dig their tooth into. We’re trying to launch a visible illustration of our world with every single to immersive the viewers even additional.”

Turning the pandemic into one thing optimistic, the turbulent time and constraining expertise gave the band quite a few sources of fabric to jot down about. The upcoming album, ‘Unusual Sport’ carries a heavy psychological well being theme all through, leaning on philosophical pondering, a dystopian outlook and abuse. Talking additional on the album, Battle Choir’s frontman Ali Clinton provides: “This album is a mirror of the struggles of dwelling in right now’s instances by means of sonic poetry and texture.”

Hearken to the brand new single ‘Don’t Let Me Drown’ and get a style for what count on on the upcoming album beneath:

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