DEEVER Release Second Single         'All Come Running'

Photo Credit: Ian Golcher

 

U.K Hard Rock newcomers Deever have officially released their second storming single ‘All Come Running’. This second track from their as yet unnamed upcoming record shows they certainly aren’t a one trick pony and are already engraving their own sound into some well-produced tracks.

Singer and guitarist Billy Taylor of the single “It’s great to be writing in a completely unrestricted style and environment again. We aren’t writing to please anyone, we’re writing and recording what we’d like to hear. ‘All Come Running’ is great fun to play and hopefully it’s just as fun to listen to! Tony Draper has done an awesome job engineering and mixing this stuff and we can’t wait for everyone to hear more!"

 

You can catch Deever on their December dates with Mason Hill and at Planet Rock’s Winters’ End Festival in February.

 

All Come Running is now available on all digital platforms and the official lyric video (directed by Samuel Andrew Fenton) can be watched here: https://youtu.be/TzByMD3R3Jc

 

 

Down The Front Media say: 

 

On a first listen, it is a hard hitting, powerful track with more than a hint of ‘Muse’ influences. The heavy rock transports you to a weird yet wonderful place with its driving riffs and thunderous drums.

 

The bass intro is solid, heavy and would be a fantastic way to open a live set. It grabs the listener - instantly demanding attention. The lyrics are dark and images of haunted forests spring into the imagination as Will (Billy) Taylor’s vocals make your mind wander. The music is original and full, with fantastic musicianship from the whole band. The instrumental middle section varies in tempo - calm, heavy, and a quite second punctuated by a single, unexpected but perfectly placed ‘dink’ on the ride.

 

Deever has a great sound that has a modern twist on classic rock. It is made for the 21st century music fan. The band are so obviously doing what they want - writing and performing music that pleases them, and they are doing it well.

 

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