Serotones - Nothing's What It Seems

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" Yorkshire's rock quintet Serotones have been quickly making a name for themselves across the UK, becoming renowned for their blend of punchy guitar riffs and melodic vocal lines. "

Yorkshire's rock quintet Serotones have been quickly making a name for themselves across the UK, becoming renowned for their blend of punchy guitar riffs and melodic vocal lines. They have mastered numerous songs with Graeme Lynch at Two Zero Nine Mastering, working together on singles that have featured on Soccer AM, RTE FM and Radio X with legendary DJ and tastemaker John Kennedy. Most recently is the new single ‘Nothing’s What It Seems’.

This track stretches out their usual high-tempo energy into a 5-minute journey that explores all aspects of their sound. Initially, it opens with a dreamy atmosphere of textured guitar layers that act as a bed for the richness of Duke Witter’s vocals to shine through. As it develops, the song builds a denser instrumentation and a more angsty tone as gritty garage rock riffs meet a loud, punky drum rhythm and an expansive vocal chorus before diving back into a more tranquil atmosphere once again. Over the 5-minute duration it tackles a wide range of moods and textures that show the diverse range and songwriting proficiency that have gained Serotones so much attention.

Their talent has been recognised across the live scene as well. Their string of recent singles has earned them support slots alongside some of the UK’s most exciting new artists such as Jamie Webster, The Clause and The Ruby Tuesday’s as well as a sell out headline show in York. This Summer, the success of their new single is taking them back on the road to This Feeling’s Rewired Festival, Glasgow’s Stag and Dagger Festival and a headline gig at The Black Lion in Bridlignton.

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