The Songbird are pleased to introduce you to PRIMES, with their brand new release ‘Nine Lives’ which is OUT TODAY.

PRIMES are a three piece band who hail from Falkirk in Scotland. They are self styled and quite unique in their sound, the band already have a catalogue of success behind them, not to mention a jampacked schedule ahead of them.

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It is incredibly refreshing to witness the growth and undeniable
talent of this band.

Following on from the largely successful ‘Bodies‘, ‘Nine Lives’ is quick to get going, bursting into heady, thunderous guitar music and loaded drum beats, PRIMES well and truly deliver the goods on this track with their hearty and gripping sound which is near impossible to forget. In fact,
you’ll find yourself having this on repeat, it is as simple as that!
Coupled with cohesive vocal talent from lead singer Ollie Kitchen, and harmonious backing vocals from Sarah Monteith Skelton, you are in for one hell of a treat with this track.

Of course, every band would not be complete without its catalyst – the drummer. To the audience, the drummer is often just ‘the guy in the back’ however, it is evident from the outset that drummer Reece Ryan, goes above and beyond in his contribution to his fellow band mates and their three way harmonies.

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PRIMES are a representation of hard graft, consistency and team work. An exemplar of not only quality music, but unity as a band.

‘Nine Lives’ in terms of lyrical content, is sure to get the cogs turning in your mind. For me, the lyrics suggest a reality of life, there are only so many mistakes and chances we can take, mistakes which are detrimental not only to us, but to those around us. When will we ever learn? Will we ever learn? Do we need to hit rock bottom in order to do so? Perhaps it suggests that
eventually we reach a place we can never come back from, which is often a reality for some people.

Essential dates to add to your diary as PRIMES hit:
The Jacaranda Club in Liverpool on Sat 6th July
King Tuts Wah Wah Glasgow on 21st July
Butefest 2019 0n 21st July
Party At The Palace 2019 on 11th August

‘Nine Lives’ is available on all streaming platforms Now.

You can also find out more info on the band at this social channel links as follows:-

Review written by Shannon Willocks