Phoenix Calling return with brand new single ‘Rescue Me’, and have launched the video which was premiered on Mosh.
'Rescue Me' marks a change in sound for Phoenix Calling; stripped back verses with a focus on the dynamic vocal parts result in a more mature sound, and instrumental parts that are hugely memorable. This is in part thanks to the input from producer Lee Batiuk (Deaf Havana producer Old Souls / Fools & Worthless Liars deluxe edition), who the band brought back in to work with them once again.
'Rescue Me' is a very personal song with emotive lyrics and strong message. Vocalist Steve Chapmanexplains:
"Rescue Me was written after seeing a Facebook post by our bass player’s father in remembrance of his Dad who had recently passed away. The words were so poetic, honest and heart felt, that I always felt there was a song in there.
"The song is about loss, memories, reminiscence and being able to find yourself after losing a close friend. Life is short and we should hang onto the times that mean the most to us."
Check out the band on one of the following dates:
July 2nd - Festival Too, Kings Lynn supporting The Vamps
July 10th - Willow Fest, Peterborough
August 27th - Redhill Rocks, Ratcliffe on Soar
September 4th - Fort Fest, Bedfordshire
Taking influence from the heartfelt and honest lyrics of Deaf Havana, the melody-driven song structures of Mallory Knox and the power and drive of Fightstar, Phoenix Calling encapsulate the elements that make the British rock genre so profound and deliver a refreshing take on a winning formula. Since their inception the Cambridgeshire quintet have shared stages with Mallory Knox,Young Guns and Nothing But Thieves, received support from Kerrang! TV for their vibrant singlesWasted Life andTraces and have been picked up by BBC Introducing Cambridgeshire.