Edenthorn – Rock Band – Duggystone Radio Introduces

Written by on December 23, 2020

One of the “Best New Bands” in 2020 Planet Rock awards coming second – when you listen you’ll know why

 

We have a number of rock shows at Duggsytone Radio and know the team of presenters will be spinning these guys and keeping a close eye on what they are doing.

Classic Rock Magazine named them “Track of The Week” you’ll get why we think they Rock!

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Geordie quartet Edenthorn reveal new song 1993 as the latest single from the band’s forthcoming new album which is set for release in 2021. Completed during the second wave of lockdown, 1993 is punchy, melodic and light-hearted in feel, though outro lyric “It was a simple time, with simple things” has taken on a new sense of truth in these current times.

“This track isn’t a dedication to 1993. It is more about looking back at simpler times… it just happened that 1993 sounded good when sang and a lot of cool stuff happened in that year! Lyrically it’s one of the quickest and easiest songs I’ve ever written.” Explains vocalist Kyle Tague.

1993 follows previous release A Matter Of Opinion which is still receiving worldwide national airplay and was recently crowned Classic Rock Magazine’s “Track Of The Week”.

Listen To A Matter Of Opinion HERE

Edenthorn have been keeping busy during lockdown, preparing a number of new releases which will be launched in the coming months. As well as confirming a slot at Dementia Aware Fest 2021 in Birmingham and a main stage position at Planet Rockstock 2021, the band are also said to be premiering a special acoustic performance of 1993 live from their YouTube Channel in December.

Watch the video for 1993 below

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