WITTERQUICK Reveal Cinematic New Video For ‘Rise’ Single
Beneath The Spinning Lights EP Out Now via LAB Records
– Top 40 iTunes Album Chart and Top 10 iTunes Alternative Chart
“Their rousing brand of pop-rock rivals any of their more experienced UK counterparts” – Kerrang! Magazine
“Witterquick have upped the ante… made for mass-singalongs as the sun begins to set.” – Punktastic
“Vast new British music…full of big Mallory Knox, Young Guns style rock” – Rock Sound
“Big rock solos, high notes and epic drums” – Upset Magazine
Click above to watch the ‘Rise’ video
Exeter-based rock newcomers WITTERQUICK are pleased to reveal the video for ‘Rise’, the latest track to be taken from their debut EP Beneath The Spinning Lights out now via LAB Records.
Directed by Duncan Howsley for LAB Exposure, it’s a slick and cinematic video which matches their expertly produced, arena-ready anthems perfectly, with the new single following a hugely successful launch party in their hometown on 19th June. Watch exclusive footage from the night here.
Speaking about the track, frontman Will Alford comments: “I sent Ollie [Chanter, bass] the initial demo for ‘Rise’, which at that time consisted of only piano and vocal. He listened to the song on loop all the way up to London, which is a four hour train ride away from where we live.
“It’s become a pretty special song for all the band, its about having the courage to chase your dreams, and picking yourself up and carrying on even when things seem hopeless. It really captured that moment in our lives and it was the first time that we realised that we had something special, that we weren’t just five guys playing some songs, we were a band that could actually make it and stand out.”
Their debut EP has been picking up swathes of early praise from the likes ofKerrang! Magazine, Rock Sound, Upset Magazine, Punktastic, Playstation VidZone, Kerrang! TV, Kerrang! Radio, Amazing Radio, BBC Radio 1 and more, with the boys recently playing a BBC Introducing curated gig hosted by R1’s Huw Stephens and local BBC Introducing presenter James Santer, which featured an evening of live music at Exeter Phoenix with Muncie Girls, Tourists and Witterquick performing as part of BBC Radio 1’s #R1Academy project.
Recorded with Romesh Dodangoda (Bring Me The Horizon, Twin Atlantic, Lower Than Atlantis), the new record has already led to appearances at Camden Rocks and several other festivals, with Anchored To The Sound Festival and more shows TBA already lined up for summer and beyond.
Beneath The Spinning Lights is out now via LAB Records
27th August – Anchored To The Sound Festival