Renamed Scots on the comeback trail
Formerly known as ‘Life on Standby’, Alternative Electronic Rock 4 piece BANSHEE have relaunched for 2016 and are ready to take the world by an electric storm. After a successful performance at Download Festival facilitated by RedbullStudios and their affiliated label Redbull Records, and follow-up performances with the likes of Fearless Vampire Killersand Marmozets, BANSHEE decided that they wanted to start 2016 with a new name and some killer new music. Just as the title of their forthcoming EP tells- ‘Say My Name’ is representative of what they want their fans to do.
The band will be releasing their rockin’ EP on Friday 25th March 2016 and had this to say:“Our sound on this EP is more electronically based, leaning towards the synth sounds of PVRIS or Bring Me The Horizon with the riffs of Biffy Clyro accompanied by raw female vocals – we would like to think this EP is something that you can move around to”.
You can pre-order the album from iTunes HERE
Or you can pre-order a physical copy from Banshee’s Big Cartel HERE
The first 100 pre-orders will also be signed by the band.
Banshee formed in Greenock, Central Scotland in 2011. Since forming, the band has performed in a plethora of prominent venues ranging from King Tuts Wah Wah Hut to the Garage and Glasgow O2 Academy main stages. Recent events have become the largest milestones in the band’s music career to date; being invited to record in a live video and track in Red Bull Studios London which subsequently led to the four piece’s first performance on English soil appearing as part of the line up at one of the UK’ s largest rock festivals, Download.
Bannermans, Edinburgh (24March)
Hootananny, Inverness (25 March)
Downstairs, Aberdeen (26 March)
Brew at the Bog Festival Inverness (Main Stage, 3 & 4 June)
Wildfire Festival 2016 (24 June)
Stay tuned for the new video single ‘Say My Name’ coming soon.