The last single from The Commoners was a heartfelt ballad that reached deep into the soul. This one is a blast of unbridled rock, with a massive wall of sound punctuated by a hammering drum.
Ross Hayes Citrullo delivers a nasty and gritty riff as well as a powerful speed-king solo, while Chris Medhurst’s vocals are powerful and the combined backing vocals of bassist Ben Spiller and drummer Adam Cannon take the track deep and vicious. Miles Evan Branagh guests on organ, adding a depth to the sound.
The whole thing just crackles with unrelieved tension, the single is spoiling for a fight, and it doesn’t care who.
The band are a powerful live act, in the manner of their classic rock heroes and this single captures the feel of their shows as well as anything I’ve heard from them before.

This is the fifth single from the forthcoming album ‘Restless’.
Having wrapped up a bustling 2023 filled with recording sessions and a UK tour alongside Grammy-nominated duo Samantha Fish and Jesse Dayton, The Commoners have solidified their position as a must-watch act.

The release of ‘Restless’ will mark the quintet’s return to the road in 2024, with numerous festivals in the UK and EU, including Made of Stone, Steelhouse, and Moulin Blues Festivals, already scheduled for this summer.