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Burn The Fleet – River Song 09 May 2011 – Free Download Single and Remix

| On 18, Apr 2011

Building on the success of last years widely supported single Black Holes, Burn The Fleet are back with new trackRiver Song giving us a taste of what to expect from their debut album later this year. Melodic hooks and heavy crunch are still order of the day and as ever Convey’s vocals give River Song the balance between raw power and refined songwriting that’s fast catching the attention of fans and industry tastemakers.

The single also includes a delicate cover of Alexisonfire’s Happiness By The Killowatt and a contrasting dubstep rework of River Song by Southampton producer B-Side (Ben Owens) switching out the guitars for pulsing bass and a double tempo drop half way through that’s destined to rip dancefloors to pieces.

Guitarist Jack Spurway describes the inspiration behind the track: ‘River Song is a polemic blast against the ‘traditional’ nature of being a musician, that often unrealistic existence of self indulgent narcissism and fantastical irreverence. Its a song written that, we think, embodies the frustration, the love, the thrill and chase of reaching that Holy Grail of real band life – to be defined by thing you love, and to do it forever.

Live Burn The Fleet’s energy is second to none having torn up stages alongside the likes of Madina Lake, Senses Fail, Twin Atlantic, Skindred and Bury Tomorrow.  They now take to the road in May with Don Broco at the venues below.

14th May: Twist                          Colchester

16th May: Joiners                      Southampton

17th May: Cavern                       Exeter

18th May: Clwb lfor Bach          Cardiff

19th May: Face Bar                    Reading

20th May: Riverside                   Newcastle

21st May: Leadmill                     Sheffield

24th May: The Flapper               Birmingham

26th May: Marquee                     Norwich

27th May: Club Revolution        Peterborough

The tracks will be available as a free download from Burn The Fleets bandcamp page:

‘Too sick for words’ Alex Baker Kerrang! Radio

‘It’s no exaggeration to liken listening to this to the first time you wrapped your ears around the likes of Thrice or Alexis On Fire’ Rock Sound

‘An unmistakeable power which lifts the music to new heights’ Altsounds

‘They manage to marry all of their elements perfectly, aggression & energy in abundance and despite all the angst there are plenty of melodies and choruses’ Punktastic