NEW SINGLE

‘IT’S NOT OVER’

OUT NOW

ON ALL STREAMING PLATFORMS

Firekind, Devon UK based Global Battle of the Bands 2013 winners, announce their new single ‘It’s Not Over’. Jas Morris (frontman and Guitarist Magazine Guitarist of the Year winner) says of the song; “Back when the world wasn’t in an unreal state of lockdown, we headed over to Los Angeles to record an album with the legendary producer Alain Johannes.

You may have heard the fruits of that recording in our 10 track album ‘What I Have Found Is Already Lost’…

Well, we actually recorded 11 tracks and this is the one that didn’t land on the album. I can’t quite think of why it didn’t, as we love it, and the lyrical theme of the song seems to be more relevant than ever. We hope you enjoy it, stay safe and well in this moment.”

Firekind are a modern rock band fusing epic, soaring guitar and vocal melodies with driving, powerful drums and bass consisting of brothers Jas Morris (vocals, guitar), Dan Morris (bass, keys) and Robin Shute (drums). Original drummer and close friend of the band, Dan Collings played drums on this single release and debut album.

The band have played several successful tours of the UK, French/Swiss Alps and with profile bands Feeder, Reef, Big Country and Ocean Colour Scene amongst others.

The debut album ‘What I have Found Is Already Lost’ was produced in Los Angeles by the highly acclaimed and sought after Alain Johannes (Queens Of The Stone Age, Chris Cornell, PJ Harvey) and is out now on all good digital platforms.

Along the way, there have been escapades partying with the Foo Fighters in London at the ‘Sound City’ film launch, trading muffins for beer with Tinie Tempah, introducing Sharleen Spiteri (Texas) to tequila & orange and teaching Eliza Doolittle how to “Blue Steel”. Firekind are here for fun and to set alight speakers and torch stages alike…

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