Saturday, July 13, 2024

The Black Vultures Never Say What?

The Black Vultures return with their new single ‘Never Say’, available now.

Carried along by charismatic heavy riffage, this rocker travels well with assured main vocals joined by shouty group choruses as one of life’s great dichotomy’s is reasoned out.

‘Never Say’ focuses on a relationship, whereby one person within the relationship realises that there is a need to move on. Having come to the conclusion that things aren’t working, the party ending the relationship is hopeful that the other person doesn’t present themselves back in their life, in the hope that they agree to walk away in a different direction without further issues or problems. Life, as they say, ain’t easy.

The single  follows the South Wales band’s debut release, ‘Treat Me Like An Animal’, that came out in  November last year and won Radio DJ Neil Jones of Smart 101 Radio & Bad Monkey Records’ Single of 2023, alongside receiving other radio airplay and being streamed on various platforms. Both singles were produced by Tom Williams (De’Lour) at Unit 13 Studios, Tredegar, and mastered by Chris Peet of North House Studio, Ebbw Vale.

The band plan to release a video for the single 3rd February, with a third such single and video release due April 2024, recorded with local record producer Chris Peet. Thereafter,

The Black Vultures – featuring singer, rhythm guitarist Huw Williams, lead guitarist Aled Owen Jones,  bass and backing vocalist Mitch Casey, and drummer Brandon Pritchard – will begin recording their debut album during early-mid 2024, with Peet producing.

Relentlessly performing live through 2023, they look forward to new upcoming shows and festivals during 2024 as they grow their name across Wales & the UK.

Look forward to the release of the video later this month, and for more about the band at RAMzine click here.

Paul H Birch
Paul H Birch
RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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