Late Night Legacy boast powerful alt rock riffs

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Leeds quartet Late Night Legacy are back with their second single of the year ‘Blame’.

The alt rock band follow up on the success of their previous single ‘Paddy’ with their strongest piece of art to date. Whilst Taking their cues from the likes of Bring Me the Horizon, Nothing But Thieves and Rival Sons, their sound is high energy alternative rock with a groovy slant.

‘Blame’ has some powerful guitar riffs from the get-go and glistens in an alt rock arrangement. Accepting the blame for relationships, the song is about doing anything just to get back something you really want.

When asked about the track, the band said: “The song is about wanting something badly enough you are willing to lose everything for it. Accepting blame for the loss of one relationship over another.”

Comprising of Ryan Kitto (vocals), Rob Orange (guitar), Kyle Metcalf (Bass) and Andy Hounslow (Drums), Late Night Legacy have already shared the stage with Duran Duran, played Camden Rocks, Kendal Calling and headlined Monmouth Festival in front of 8,000 fans, the collective are no strangers to the industry and return stronger and stronger with every release.

Check out the music video below and give the track a rating out of 10.

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