Fresh from their performance on the BBC Introducing Stage at the prestigious Glastonbury Festival, Rugby rockers Go Primitive have released a stunning new video. ‘The Sun Will Rise‘, will be the final single from critically acclaimed E.P. ‘100 Ways‘, before they head in to the studio to begin work on their debut album.
Want to know more about ‘The Sun Will Rise’? Hear it straight from vocalist Tomm:
“The song is all about looking at the positive influence someone can have on your life and mentality. Giving you the self belief that you can achieve what ever you set out to achieve.”
Go Primitive released E.P. 100 Ways last summer to rave reviews and regular BBC Introducing play. The stunning E.P. was produced by Romesh Dodangoda (Funeral For A Friend, The Blackout, Kids In Glass Houses).
With an energetic live performance, they endeavour to make every single person feel like they are a part of the show. The band were chosen to play the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury this year, as well as having been previously chosen to support Mallory Knox, We Are The Ocean, The Subways, Lonely The Brave, Hawthorne Heights, Yashin and Fort Hope.
Go Primitive’s previous single ‘In A Band’ received stellar airplay up and down the country on shows such as BBC Introducing as well as a heavy rotation on Scuzz TV.
With the focus remaining on the songs themselves, the band combine big riffs, powerful grooves, catchy vocal lines and sing along choruses. The result is a melodic style of rock with plenty of attitude.
Go Primitive are:
Tomm E Williams – Guitar / Vocals
Adam White – Guitar / Vocals
Andy Dove – Bass
Dan Teale – Drums