Introducing RCKLSS who release new video for single ‘Animals’

Introducing Brighton pop rock quartet RCKLSS who are pleased to reveal their new music video for single release ‘Animals’. The single is taken from a forthcoming EP to be announced very soon.

Check out the video here below…

For fans of All Time Low and Pierce The Veil, Brighton quartet RCKLSS’ new single ‘Animals’ is the first to be unveiled from the bands forthcoming EP to be announced.

“‘Animals’ is about the darker side of the human race, and speaks to the fact that humans are ultimately nothing more than glorified animals with a bloated sense of self importance. It definitely has an underlying story of distrust and fear of vulnerability, and I wanted to paint this image of a post apocalyptic-esque world where people are stripped to their bare selves without the façades that they put on in day-to-day life.”

Spending the past year trying to learn as much as they can about being in a band, and have come a long way in discovering themselves and coming to head the kind of band they want to be. Having recent radio airplay on BBC Introducing in the South and Amazing Radio the quartets new music is starting to turn all the right heads one person at a time. This new material is going to push them into the limelight they deserve with ‘Animals’ being the perfect first offering of the bands eagerly awaited new material.

RCKLSS are
Matty Halliwell – Vocals/Guitar
Lewis Horsley – Guitar
Laurence Burkitt – Bass
Josh Woolnough – Drums

Website: www.rcklss.uk
Facebook: www.facebook.com/rcklssUK
Twitter: www.twitter.com/rcklssUK
Instagram: www.instagram.com/rcklssUK

For all press enquiries please contact: Steph Knight @ Domino PR

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