UK HARD ROCKSTERS FIRE AT DAWN RELEASE DEBUT EP THIS WINTER!

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Brit rock crew ‘Fire At Dawn’ serve up their engaging self-titled debut record, through all digital outlets on Monday 1st December. Look out for show announcements very soon……

Spawned in Southend, Essex and formed only last year, Fire At Dawn draw together a sound that calls to mind AlterBridge, Evanescence, Muse and the Foo Fighters. The female fronted hard rock combo, comprised of Brad Winter (Guitar), Lloyd Entwistle (Bass & vocals), Roman Drummond (Drums), Ross Turbz (Guitar) and Victoria Walker (Lead vocals), have played shows whenever and wherever possible ever since their formation and have already built a sizeable following throughout the South.

With a strong work ethic and a commitment to regularly recording, Fire At Dawn started work on their self titled debut EP in the Spring of 2014, and now the record is set for national release this winter. The EP comes at you with its fiery riffage and impassioned vocal lines, and boasts some killer future singles as well, namely the bouncy ‘Choose Me’ and the majestic ‘On Me’. Also, be sure not to miss the snaring groove of their opener ‘Bad Trip’ and closer ‘Run’. With tour dates in the works to coincide with the EP’s national release, keep your eyes and ears peeled for the rising hard rockers this winter.

Fire At Dawn

-FIRE AT DAWN RELEASE THEIR SELF-TITLED EP ON MONDAY 1st DECEMBER THROUGH ALL STORES-

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