Newcastle rockers No Time For Reason have announced their arrival on the rock scene with their visceral and anthemic debut single ‘Reviver’.
The punchy new track showcases their brand of pounding rock riffs alongside dark melodies and a singalong chorus. The heavy guitar riffs with a distinctive structure that has been drawn from Pop, Rock and EDM influences – all tangled together with melody lines that are impossible to forget.
Frontman David Stoker says that ‘Reviver’ “follows a story from a crazy gig – meeting an amazing girl that he can’t take his eyes off. She’s that one person that’s taken his breath away and it’s driving him insane”.
Although the band are new, the members are not lacking prowess when it comes to putting on a show. Fronted by Stoker, No Time For Reason hit the scene hard at the beginning of the year playing some packed venues around the North East.
The band, also consisting of Charlie Philp (lead guitar), Henry Poxon (bass) and Tony Liam (drums), are a dynamic and energetic mix of rock riffs and attitude and pop hooks. Their unique sound print is driven by Stokers extensive and eclectic range of genres spanning across years of experience.
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