Silveroller, the new band featuring Aaron Keylock, has been announced as the support act on DeWolff’s forthcoming March UK tour, and have both a new EP and an upbeat rocking single in ‘Otherside’ out to celebrate.
At Dawn is the name of the new EP, and it’s out 1st March. “We’re so proud to present our debut record to the world,” said the band “For one reason or another, this collection of songs hasn’t been easy to get out to you, like many bands before us, a lot has stood in the way. But now, without restraints, we’re glad that you’re finally able to hear them. We hope you dig what you hear, and that you come with us on the ride! We wanted to record a snap shot of who we were at the time we went into the studio and we can’t wait to get out on the road and play these songs live. With love, Silveroller.”
New single ‘Otherside‘ is being described as “the Friday night Rock n’ roll sing along you’ve been waiting for,” with its smooth yet sizzling slide guitar line, Stones groove and singalong chorus they could just be right, but check that out for yourself via the video here at RAMzine.
Guitarist Keylock, alongside Jonnie Hodson (Vocals), Jake James Cornes (Bass), Ross Munro (Organ) and Joe Major (Drums) are into hi-energy rock n’ roll played with heart and soul, played tight but loose, with the kind of swagger rarely heard anymore. Their songs are intended as a rallying call for those that believe that the most important thing in life is the freedom to be free, with subtle undertones of protest songs from days gone by.
The band changed record labels, going the independent route with what we are informed is a “growing level of excitement and anticipation” at the end of last year, and it appears there may also be a full length album under way.
All this news follows December’s ‘Come On, Come In‘ single release, of which Keylock said: “To me ‘Come On, Come In’ is a song about the survival of despair. The moments we have to reach deep within ourselves to keep going through hard times, when nothing around us seems to make sense,
“It’s about surviving those moments that seem like a bad dream, and to me, that makes ‘Come On, Come In’ universal. Everyone I know has had those moments when, just when you think it can’t get any worse, out if nowhere, it suddenly does. Everyone has had times they’ve survived that they wish they’d never had to. I don’t think we’re always “stronger” for those times either. Sometimes it takes time and effort to dust yourself down, pick yourself up and face it all again.
“‘Come On, Come In’ is the acknowledgement of hard times and a celebration of the survival. This is a song for all of those people. The people who have had hard times and survived. Come on, come in, out of the rain.“
You can stream/buy both singles here and check out the video to ‘Come On, Come In’ here at RAMzine. Tour dates with DeWolff are listed below.