White Dominos – catchy melodic rock


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The White Dominos share rock ‘n’ roll single ‘Heartbeats’ taken from their new EP ‘Dying For A Change’ – a roaring sound of melodic guitars and tight grooves with catchy tunes that stick to your brain like glue.

Hailing from the Danish town of Aarhus, the trio are known as the ‘rebellious rock darlings’ because of their sexy attitude and wild rhythms that manifests the characteristics of how rock should sound in the 21st-century.

Since forming in 2013, White Dominos have been sitting in the fast lane with their energetic, high-octane live shows that have gained massive attention, playing over 200 shows and three European tours. They’ve also supported indie giants Wolfmother and Band of Skulls.

With its delightful catchy melody, clear high-pitched vocal and pulsing guitar-based groove, ‘Heartbeats’ is a song about the end of a relationship, that heart-rending moment when the inevitable can be seen by both parts.

At times like this, now closer than ever, suddenly the body reacts when the bonds of love to someone held dearest must be cut. White Dominos are sure that everyone will know the feeling when your heart jumps out of your chest. The pain, for good and for ill, and the bitter-sweet feelings are those that Heartbeats four minutes relate.

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