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SCARLETINAS RELEASE NEW VIDEO

Rising Rockers SCARLETINAS continue their ascent with a brand new music video for Walls Down. You can watch it right here – https://youtu.be/0iXBaz__Ick .

The Londoners were formed in 2016 and dispatch a sonic onslaught of soaring hooks, fist to the face guitars and unstoppable energy that bagged them a slot supporting The Rifles all over the UK, including a show in front of a sold-out Camden Koko and all three of The Rifles’ sold-out Christmas shows. In the same year, the band also made their TV debut as part of Magners‘ “Hold True” ad campaign, directed by Jake Scott, which first aired during the Euro 2016 coverage.

Early 2017, the SCARLETINAS marked their mainland European arrival supporting The Graveltones. The shows coincided with the release of the band’s debut single, Walking On Water, and the accompanying video was premiered by Wonderland Magazine, who greatly praised the quartet citing: “Scarletinas are one of the most exciting bands around at the moment. Full of unstoppable energy and hooks that can send a crowd wild… the same style and energy that saw bands like Nirvana propelled into fame.”

Following their Glastonbury Festival debut in 2017, SCARLETINAS headed back into the studio and have jusy released their second single, Walls Down – https://youtu.be/0iXBaz__Ick . The foursome are plan their dates in 2018 and a new record. For more, see glued to – www.facebook.com/Scarletinas/ .

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Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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