UK alt-rockers Go Primitive have released the video for their brand new single ‘I Want More’, which premiered with Metal Hammer yesterday.
Shot in a dimly lit room, the accompanying video features the band playing amidst glaring strobes, surrounding an ominous figure hooded and bound on a chair in a Houdini-esque struggle to break free.
The band explains,“‘I Want More’ is a song about the relentless drive, passion and desire to get our voices heard no matter what it takes. The video is about breaking through mental barriers and obstacles to get what you want from life.”
Produced by respected rock/metal/pop producer Romesh Dodangoda (Bring Me The Horizon, Bullet For My Valentine, Funeral For A Friend, Motorhead) it’s the first taste of their upcoming debut album Choices, due early 2018.
Featuring scorching riffs, thundering breakdowns and soaring guitar solos, it is a ferocious blast of modern rock, with an old-school twist, and a testament to the band’s undeniable drive for creating infectious grooves and big sing-along choruses, all delivered with plenty of attitude.
Having garnered comparisons with the likes of Foo Fighters and Twin Atlantic, the Warwickshire four-piece – consisting of Tomm E. Williams (guitar/vocals), Adam White (guitar), Dan Teale (drums) and Andy Dove (bass) – have been rapidly gaining recognition for their attitude-fuelled, modern rock style.
With plays on Radio 1, Kerrang! Radio and BBC Radio 6 Music, plus airplay on Scuzz TV, they have also built up a sizeable live following, igniting rousing receptions at their headline shows, and supporting the likes of Mallory Knox, We Are the Ocean, Fort Hope, The Subways, Lonely The Brave, Hawthorne Heights, Crazy Town, Terrorvision and Yashin to name a few.
Go Primitive hit the road this month, playing the following shows: