Based in Manchester, Mohawk Radio has been sparking a bit of a fuss with their vibrant sound on the UK rock scene and are looking to stir things a little more with new single Two Million Heart Beats, a song which has little difficulty making ears attentive.
Formed in 2012, it is fair to say that Mohawk Radio has regularly garnered praise and attention with their melodic rock enterprise. Led by the potent and powerful voice of Mia Page, and driven by the melodic and rhythmic adventure of James Gregory, Sean Frankland, and David Quinn, the band has played numerous acclaim grabbing shows at venues such as Deaf Institute, Academy 3, Dancehouse, American Ambassador’s Residence, and The Bedford, as well as various UK festivals to great success. With two well-received EPs under their belt, and tracks played on radio shows and stations from Manchester and across the UK to Europe, Mexico to the US, Mohawk Radio has seemingly rolled a sonic snowball persistently picking up acclaim; success set to continue with Two Million Heart Beats.
Sparked when Page watched Fleetwood Mac play Madison Square Gardens in New York, and inspired in title and chorus by a misheard advertisement, Two Million Heart Beats strokes ears with a melodic caress for its first touch, almost as immediately bringing in darker bass hues and a bolder surge of guitar for its second. Soon it is strolling with evocative melodies as Page’s expressive voice shares its heart. Even before it uncages a fiery crescendo for its chorus, the song has a great feel of The Pretenders to it and equally a Stevie Nicks scent to its magnetic charm.
From that first blaze, the track continues to be a feistier proposition with an equally increasing catchiness as sounds collude with the open prowess of Page’s voice. In some ways, there is something familiar to Two Million Heart Beats which works well with the freshness of persuasion and passion, a union ensuring enjoyment is high and the song a lingering proposal.
Two Million Heart Beats is out now through iTunes.
Upcoming live dates:
Sat 16th April – Star and Garter – Manchester
22nd April – The Bear – Taunton
23rd April – The New Market – Weston super-mare
24th April – Bar Brunel – Bridgwater
5 – 7 August Dairyfest Festival – Weston Super Mare
26 – 29 August – Watchet Festival – Somerset
Pete RingMaster 04/03/2016
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