Bristol based rockers The Vigil have just release the second track, Fuel To Burn, which is taken from their imminent sophomore album Hypervigilance that is being released on the 21st August.
Fuel To Burn is a spectacular grunge tinged rock statement, pulling in influences and musical phrasing from the amazing sounds of the 90s, and bringing it bang up to date in the bands own unique style. Where The Vigil succeed is in writing no nonsense, straight up rock tunes that instantly grab you and leave you wanting more. The authentic simplicity that The Vigil deliver makes Fuel To Burn a perfect statement of who the band are and what they stand for.
And you can watch the video for Fuel To Burn right now!
With the imminent album, Hypervigilance, The Vigil bring a concise banger of an album with Ginger Wildheart producer Dave Draper at the helm. The album was recorded in the studio where Queen recorded two albums and features ten slamming rock anthems to be released on the bands own Fever Dog Records on the 21st August.
The album features Olly Smith, the chief songwriter on vocals and guitar, Rhys James on bass and backing vocals who also designed the cover artwork and sky diving adventurer Jamie Davenport on drums.
The band recorded the album in three days in spring 2019 pulling in mammoth late-night sessions with the band putting their heart and soul into the process. Rockfield was an inspiring place and even lead to the band finishing three songs in the studio playing those songs together for the first time yielding spontaneous and pure results.
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