Leeds based rockers, Where Fires Are have dropped their second single from their EP One Four Six One as they continue to turn heads.
Where Fires Are have gained a lot of attention since the release of their debut EP, ‘One Four Six One‘. To keep in the forefront of people’s minds as festival season approaches, they’ve released their latest single, ‘Die or Survive‘.
The alt-rockers have received a lot of praise across the nation, with airplay from BBC Radio 6, Kerrang Radio and BBC Introducing. They’re set to play at several festivals this summer after impressive sets last year at Reading & Leeds, Kendal Calling and Live at Leeds.
Latest offering, ‘Die or Survive‘ is an intense affair with heavy riffs from the offset and an angry bass line. The song drags you through it’s angst filled setting and then on the bridge comes to a halt with a delicate piano before hitting hard on the chorus. It’s anthem sound roars with explosive guitars and backed with a choir in the background, it reaches a dramatic conclusion.
The video has an eery presence about it, with a Victorian theme and set in black and white. Throughout, the story unfolds in separate shots in a cat-and-mouse/whodunnit? style. While that happens, we see the band perform with great intensity and as the song becomes more aggressive and the story progresses, the black and white becomes engulfed by bursts of blue, adding a uniqueness to the video.
Listen to Where Fires Are debut EP, One Four Six One below.