Jordan Red call to action in their new single
London-based rock duo Jordan Red, formed by frontman Dan Leigh and guitarist Dan Baker, have released their new single ‘Don’t Let the Heavens Fall’. To adapt to the current times, the new single is more mellow and reflective compared to their explosive debut track ‘Beautiful Monsters’.
‘Don’t Let the Heavens Fall’ revolves around the idea that if you do not learn from your mistakes, you will certainly end up repeating them. In this sense, the uplifting new single is a call to arms to overcome our obstacles and fight for the future we want. Things can become great, and that’s why we should put effort into our own self development. From the off, the whirling guitar riffs and uplifting vocals grab the listener’s attention with their ferocity and immediacy. Moreover, the soundscapes eruptions of the anthemic chorus and spirited interludes leave you beaming. In sum, ‘Don’t Let The Heavens Fall’ is a testment to the band’s hypnotic profiency in blending melodic elements of contemporary rock with alternative metal and the energy of modern punk.
The new single sees Jordan Red working once again with producer Romesh Dodangoda (Bring Me The Horizon / Bullet For My Valentine / Don Broco), where they recorded the track at Long Wave Studios in Cardiff. To record the track, the duo were also joined by bassist Conor O’Keefe and drummer Dave Fee of As Lions. ‘Don’t Let The Heavens Fall’ is from the band’s upcoming debut album, Hands That Built the World – scheduled for release this autumn.
And check out ‘Don’t Let the Heavens Fall’ below!
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