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TRACK BY TRACK: Concrete Kingdoms’ Self-Titled EP

Scottish Rockers CONCRETE KINGDOMS are here to make their mark and they have the ideal ammo in the form of their blistering debut self-titled EP, out Friday 17th August. We have this exclusive in-depth track by track feature on the release. For more on the band be sure to check out – https://www.facebook.com/ConcreteKingdomsUK/

Time To Play

As the lead track of the EP, Time to Play’s catchy riffs and sing along chorus are all about letting loose and having fun. Very much considered the band’s ‘party track’, this is always backed up by strong live crowd reactions. Watch the lyric video for the track, here – https://youtu.be/tMX6Z0OwbXc

Die This Day

Die This Day continues with more energetic riffs sustained throughout both the intros and verses, but with more introverted vocals this song explores the need to stay motivated in times of weakness. Following a drop in tone the song culminates in a pulsing solo before a final climactic chorus.

Speed Demon

Speed Demon is the heaviest track on the EP, and looks at the voices that creep into our minds in times of self doubt, commencing with a drum roll crescendo before bursting into another impactful guitar riff. A darker feeling track, but still manages to maintain a high tempo throughout.

Same Old Same

Same Old Same addresses personal loss, and steers clear of the heavy riffs which underpin the rest of the EP, instead focusing primarily on vocals and guitar melodies, highlighted in an extended middle section. This song resembles more of a ballad; with the piano outro serving as a fitting conclusion.

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