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UK classic hard rock band Kill For Eden to release their next single from their fourth coming studio album ‘Petty Crimes’

Kill for Eden are purveyors of classic hard rock, radio ready riffs and powerful female vocals. Based in London, but with a distinctly international flavor (two Brits, an Australian and a drummer from Siberia), Kill For Eden have been making high-octane heavy rock together since 2011.

The band consist of Australian singer Lyla D’Souza, Dave Garfield Brown a veteran guitarist who has toured alongside acts including Joe Cocker and Rammstein, bassist Julian Palmer and drummer Wally Miroshnikov from Siberia.

To date the group have released two EPs as well as their self titled debut album which came out in 2013 and had extensive coverage including XFM, Kerrang! Radio, Bloodstock Radio and on numerous independent stations across Europe. They have also appeared on stages including the legendary Hard Rock Cafe, Cockermouth Rock Festival, Camden Rocks and more.

Their brand new single ‘Woke Up Alone’ will be available for pre order on iTunes from 17th February 2017 and released globally on 3rd March 2017. Lead singer Lyla D’Souza describes the track as a “girly angsty song”, blending the band’s trademark rock swagger with a catchy, radio-ready melody. The track is the second single from forthcoming album ‘Petty Crimes’, due for release on 21st April 2017.

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