Greystone Avenue: (l-r) Callum Gibbons, Thom Fisher, Arron Twinney and Luke Sprout (picture with the aid of Kirsty Swarbrick)
24 may also 2016 12:12PM
A CUMBRIAN rock band is calling on extreme sports enthusiasts to be a part of their historical past.
formidable Barrow pop punk act Greystone Avenue are on the verge of placing out their debut single - and with song equipped, all they need now could be the accompanying video.
The 4-piece - Callum Gibbons, Thom Fisher, Arron Twinney and new addition Luke Sprout - are calling on skaters and BMXers to be part of them on the shoot subsequent month to sing their own praises their expertise.
The song, Fall For You, needs an appropriate video per their quick and vigorous pop punk sound.
Arron says: "It was the primary track we wrote collectively after being away from track for a 12 months or so, and it changed into relatively plenty the first thing that got here to us once we selected the sound we had been going for."
Callum provides: "it be vital to have a good video to demonstrate our vogue and graphic, and people opt to watch whatever instead of simply listen to a track on Bandcamp or Soundcloud, as we now have discovered from event in our previous bands."
Greystone Avenue made their native debut last month, and impressed with their quick and melodic punk rock, in the vein of Knuckle Puck and Boston Manor.
formed final autumn, they have been working on songs at the Canteen on Barrow Island, getting a full set collectively, and Fall For You can be the primary recorded fabric to look the gentle of day.
The video shoot takes region at city severe Skate Park, in James Freel shut, Barrow, on Tuesday June 14, at 7pm.
There should be free beer and vaping is welcome.
24 may 2016 12:12PM