Dead Romantic unleash their visceral, instantly grabbing post-apocalyptic cinematic new single and video in ‘Fight Me’. Front man Dan Taylor passionately states: “It’s about hitting the pinnacle of the anger that you feel when someone has pushed you and pushed you until you explode and you can no longer be held accountable for your actions. You did this, you fucked with me for too long and I’m done, let’s throw down!”
The forthcoming to be announced album, produced by multi-platinum record producer and guitarist Mike Krompass, features collaborations with Zakk Cervini (Yungblud, Bring Me The Horizon, Architects), Emmy winner and six time Grammy Nominated songwriter Steve Diamond (Orianthi, Eric Clapton) & mastered by Ted Jensen (Bring Me The Horizon, Bad Flower)
Having recently smashed a sold out show in Oldham – next in for it are Blackpool at The Waterloo Music Venue July 28 and a London debut at The Black Heart August 4. Both shows are on sale now with limited tickets left via www.deadromantic.com/tour “We so can not wait, it’s been so long and the shows will be one hell of a release for everyone, we’re coming for you!”
The British rockers deliver a hook heavy blend of alternative rock and pop metal in the form of their first single, ‘Yesterday’, which amassed 1.5 million views in its first 2 months and crashed into the Kerrang Radio top 10 video chart. The second hard hitting single, ‘Kissed With A Lie’ hit 1 million views in its first month of release.
Although the modern rock crew are only freshly formed, they have already amassed a dedicated fanbase, and it’s easy to see why this band has true pedigree. The band consists of lead vocalist Dan Taylor, bass player Chris Horrocks, keyboards Sam Stoddard, Dave Langguth on drums and multi-platinum record producer Mike Krompass handling lead guitar.
Expressing a sound that draws from the heaviest riffs to radio pop sensibilities, the band hit you with a sonic melting pot reminiscent of such acts as 30 Seconds to Mars, Bring Me The Horizon, Foo Fighters, Bad Flower and Architects.
The band remarks: “We’re making the record we’ve always wanted to create, completely unchained, raw, filled with the best elements of everything we love about music. We’ve all come from different musical backgrounds that seem to work together. There’s a little bit of pop, a little bit of metal and a lot of rock that we hope can connect with people around the globe.”
With more singles on the way, as well as the forthcoming album that is rammed with ear candy, Dead Romantic are poised to be one of the breakthrough bands of 2021.