South Yorkshire quintet Servers today (FRI MARCH 10) drop a new video for ‘Try To Get Some Sleep’.

The song is lifted from the band’s epic fourth album ‘The Vertical Plane’ which will be released on May 19 via Undergroove.

Frontman Lee Storrar said this about the track:  “‘Try To Get Some Sleep’ is a parody of how historically before science people believed that sleep paralysis was caused by a demon called Old Hag who used to purchase on the victim’s chest inhibiting their ability to move or breath properly. Along came science, innovation and common sense  and we have moved on from old wive’s tales like that but not the Bible. Can you believe that some devouts still believe that Noah actually built an arc? It would have had to accommodate 5 million pairs of species!

“The video was created by Ash Pears of AshTV … filmed within the day in my garage! I personally broke a mirror and ripped up a 100 year-old bible …my soul to be condemned!”
Recorded with frontman Lee Storrar’s long-term production visionary Matt Ellis (Massive Wagons, Black Spiders,Terrorvision) at Axis Studios, Doncaster, ‘Vertical Plane’ was mastered by Jason Sanderson (Scott Sorry/ The Wildhearts, The Mirimar Disaster). 
The album also welcomes new guitarist Will Price to the fold, joining when the band began the album writing process during 2021, and adding, says Storrar, some exceptional guitar wizardry to the sound and a new dimension to the band’s song-writing.
‘The Vertical Plane’ lifts its title from the infamous 1985 Dodleston mysteries – which focussed on an allegedly haunted BBC computer that started communicating with a teacher in archaic English. The incident occurred when Ken Webster and his girlfriend, Debbie, moved into a dilapidated 18th Century cottage in the Chester village. Pre-internet, the stories have baffled paranormal investigators for over 35 years. 
2023 marks the 10th anniversary of Servers who launched with their critically acclaimed debut ‘Leave With Us’ released on the Undergroove label.
The album marked a new career path for mainman Lee Storrar who had previously fronted dirty rock ‘n’ rollers GU Medicine, releasing three albums, enjoying a BBC Radio One Rock Show session, and tours across the UK and Europe with Mondo Generator, Skid Row, My Ruin, Open Hand and Dirty Americans. 
Servers is:

Lee Storrar – Vocals/ Guitar
Will Price – Guitar/ Vocals
Lee Wilde – Bass
Jamie Beaston – Guitar
Liam Power – Drums 

FFO – Gojira, Devin Townsend, Baroness, Mastodon, Killing Joke, Queens of the Stone Age, Therapy?

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