First Signs of Frost – New Single and Video!

Melodic tech-rock quintet FIRST SIGNS OF FROST have released the video for their latest single ‘Meat Week’, taken from their latest EP The Shape Of Things To Come – out now via Basick Records.

“The song itself is about the Syria crisis and the divide of people in the U.K. I went out to Calais a couple of years ago and witnessed protesters waiting at the shoreline at Dover,” explains guitarist/vocalist Owen Hughes-Holland.“‘Meat Week’ was then written from the perspective of one of the protesters, with their blind sighted, one dimensional view and sheer anger towards the people fleeing their country for survival.”

Watch the video for ‘Meat Week’:

Drawing influence from the likes of Deftones, Tool and Glassjaw, London’s First Signs Of Frostpush the boundaries with their unique blend of technical instrumentation, epic soundscapes and anthemic vocal melodies.

2015 saw the band resurface after a six year hiatus, having initially disbanded after the departure of vocalist Daniel Tompkins. With a fresh line-up the band have bounced back with a new lease of life, expanding and moulding their sound to showcase more groove and ambience than ever before. 

Throughout their career First Signs Of Frost have toured with and supported names including Deaf Havana, Enter Shikari, Architects, You Me At Six, We Are The Ocean, Senses Fail and Devil Sold His Soul. Keep your eyes peeled for live dates in 2017.  

First Signs Of Frost are:

Vocals – Daniel Lawrence 
Guitar/Backing vocals – Owen Hughes-Holland 
Guitar – Adam Mason 
Bass – Andy C Saxton 
Drums – Alex Harford 

For more information:
https://www.facebook.com/FSOFofficial/
https://twitter.com/fsof
https://www.instagram.com/firstsignsoffrost/

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