NEWS: SANDNESS – Release New Single ‘Alive & Kickin’

Hard Rock Band SANDNESS has unleashed the new single ‘Alive & Kickin’ off their new EP “Enter Please” due out August 21st via Rockshots Records.

The band comments: 

“Alive & Kickin’ was the first song that we wrote after the release of our third album and we liked it so much we decided to release immediately instead of waiting for the rest of the tracks for the fourth album to be ready (yes, we are working on it!). With this song we decided to experiment a little with the sound of the synth, using it as the main riff. The lyrics talk about a very passionate love story and the melody is one of those that can get stuck in your head for days. In our eyes, this song is like the missing link between London and the love power ballad that we haven’t written yet”

About the six-track EP adds:

“‘Enter Please’ is in some way a follow-up of our third album ‘Untamed’. The new track ‘Alive & Kickin’ is a melodic rock song with a catchy synth riff – it’s a “rock club dancefloor” kind of song. Then we have our personal version of two well known 70’s rock songs, ‘Get It On’ by T-Rex and ‘Saturday Night’s Alright’ by Elton John; our intent is to show how music from the past can still be relevant and make you have a good time in the present. The second half of the EP is a live version of three songs from our album Untamed – we want people to know what a Sandness live concert sounds like”

“Enter Please” will be released on August 21st via Rockshots Records. 

The lyric video for ‘Alive & Kickin’ is available below:

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