West Midlands-based quartet The Silver Lines release their third single ‘Fallen Idol’ with snarling vocals, bluesy riffs and swaggering tunes.
Forming in early 2018 in Manchester, The Silver Lines have made waves in London, the West Midlands and the north from their blinding gigs.
Now the new single ‘Fallen Idol’ sees the indie rock band get inspired by escapism and your typical 1960 and 70s bands including The Kinks and The Rolling Stones.
Of the new single, the band said: “‘Fallen Idol’ is a song inspired by escapism – leaving your troubles behind and getting away from the day to day grind. It has a catchy and uplifting feel but also explores the harder truths of life within the lyrics.
“It revolves around a punky snarling vocal, and both melodic and aggressive guitar parts. It’s an accessible and commercial tune with bags of attitude.”
To promote it we have a high-quality video based around the English garden theme, typical of 1960/70s British bands. With an EP set to be released at the start of next year sold out UK gigs and festivals booked from the UK to the USA, 2020 is The Silver Lines’ year.
Listen below and give ‘Fallen Idol’ an ICM Rating out of 10.