Introducing alternative rock n roll quartet ZEPHER with ‘Problems’

Introducing alternative rock n roll quartet ZEPHER with their brand new single‘Problems’. Hailing from Bristol, the rockers have already caught the eye of the BBC after having previous tracks played on BBC Introducing In The West andBBC Introducing in Wales as two members of the band are originally from Wales.

Check out the accompanying music video for the single release here below..

When talking about their new single ‘Problems’ ZEPHER brothers Louis and Tobias Ellis spoke about the meaning behind the song and it’s lyrics; “We all have problems and we all feel lost sometimes. We all get angry with the cards we’ve been dealt or our station of life and this song is rallying call for anyone whose angry at the state of the world or feels shortchanged by the powers that be”  

This track is a hard-hitting dirty indie that could one day be a rock anthem. In the last twelve months the band have supported the likes of Steven Adler from Guns n Roses at the Whisky A Go-Go in LA as well as playing several shows around California on a two week run. Later this year the band plan on crossing the pond again to Toronto in Canada and in 2020 will continue to play as many shows around the UK and Europe as possible with their extremely energetic, chaotic and dangerous live show.

‘Problems’ is out now.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/zepherofficial/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/FOLLOWZEPHER
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ZEPHERBAND/

ZEPHER are
Louis Ellis – Vocals
Shannon Edwards – Guitar
Conor Feeney – Bass
Toby Ellis – Drums

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

 

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