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Vermillion Road Fuels the Fire With Their Newest Single “Gasoline”

Sticking to their new transition into pop rock, Vermillion Road lights a fire with their latest single, “Gasoline.” The energetic song is a fan favorite with its attention-grabbing beat and sing-along effect provided by the chorus.  Download or stream “Gasoline” on digital music platforms worldwide.

The self-produced track highlights each band member’s strengths with its creative guitar riffs, a catchy chorus, pounding drums and some fun claps, added in for good measure. “‘Gasoline’ is a four-on-the-floor driving pop song about taking big chances and going the distance, no matter how far, to be with the one you love,” explains Hunter Heurich on the meaning behind the foursome’s high-spirited single. “Gasoline” marks the follow up to the band’s first pop-rock offering, “Only One,” released earlier this year.

The Denver-based group is made up of Will Robison on vocals, Hunter Heurich on guitar, Logan Hileman on drums and Gil Leyva on bass. Robison and Heurich have been writing and playing music together since they were teenagers, and after asking Hileman and Leyva to join, they’ve finally solidified the Vermillion Road lineup. Both Robison and Heurich have a unique condition called sound-to-color synesthesia in which heard sounds evoke an experience of color. This condition has helped them to write their upbeat and memorable music. The band gained a following throughout Denver which catapulted them into the music industry. Since then, Vermillion Road have been asked to perform at the Coors Light Westword Music Showcase and Vans Warped Tour.

“Gasoline” is available for download and streaming on digital platforms worldwide. Stay up to date with Vermillion Road by visiting VermillionRoad.com.

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