Heavy Feather takes it back to the roots on their debut album Débris & Rubble. It is a raw, real and heavy riff-based rock. The band is influenced by the greats of the 70‘s – such as Free, Cream and Lynyrd Skynyrd – and have been able to create their own style. It’s an individual sound and a whole new way to deliver really heavy and exceptional rock. Their high ambition has pushed them forward, making them proud of the roughness they perform on stage. The album is set for release the 5th of April on The Sign Records. Live dates in Sweden and Spain are confirmed to follow the release.

Today the single “Waited All My Life” is released. Buy it here:

Pre-order the album at http://freighttrain.se

Four talented musicians have after many years of separate experiences decided to come together and create something new. The members have played with bands and artists as Siena Root, Lisa Lystam Family Band, Diamond Dogs, Stacie Collins and Mårran. They all agree that the organic roots rock deserves a greater attention on the world’s rock scene today. Together they have found a sound that they have renewed in an exceptional way – and from that they created something completely own and unique.

A collaboration between these four talented musicians was inevitable, and has resulted in something new: with the raw details and authenticity, they produce exciting mergers into the world of rock. Airy riffs are packaged in a heavy sound – and in contrast, Heavy Feather delivers music leaving the listener in desire for more.

Live Dates:
17 April – SE – Hijazz – Uppsala
18 April – SE – Harry B James – Stockholm
19 April – SE – Lilla Helfvetet – Mora
20 April  – SE – House of Blues – Borlänge
26 April – ES – Madrid
27 April – ES – Veneno Stereo – Castellón
28 April – ES – Café del Teatre – Lleida
30 April – ES – Urban Rock Concept – Vitoria
1 May – ES – La Nube – Bilbao
2 May – ES – Sala Impacto – Plasencia
3 May – ES – La Alquitara – Béjar
4 May – ES – Salason – Cangas do Morrazo
5 May – ES – El Zagal – Aldeamayor de San Martín


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