Towers of London Release “Green Eyes”

London based, Towers of London stormed back on to the scene, luckily for us, just in time for the close of 2018 with their single ‘Shot in the Dark’. Contrary to the title, it shot them into the light with Premiership stadium playlisting’s, Virgin Radio’s “Track of the Week” and a well-earned place on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch video line up! 


The band then returned with their second serving of raucous riffs and unrelenting energy in the form of “Send in the Roses” and are now back for even more of the same AND BETTER… brace yourselves for Towers of London’s MONSTER track “Green Eyes”!!! Enter clawing beat and beastly chorus…with dulcet tones turned demon…Towers of London have morphed into the green-eyed monster that lies skin-deep in all of us. 

Written in a log cabin way up in the French mountains and inspired by none other than The Stranger Things sci-fi series, “Green Eyes” will have you teleported out of this world and straight back to Finn Wolfhard’s front room – with a little help from Donny Tourette and his new-found acting skills. 

It’s been 10 years since the Towers first crashed onto the scene with their angsty punk rock anthems and fever pitch stage shows. Now under the guidance of legendary music manager Alan McGee and Creation Management, their forthcoming album ‘Super Sounds Of K-Town’ has nods to their past but open arms to their future as a global rock band.

The Towers much anticipated, forthcoming album ‘Super Sounds Of K-Town’ will be released spring 2018.

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