Lincoln Rockers LaVire Release New Video
Lincoln rockers LaVire have released a new video for the track ‘Timewaster’ ahead of the release of their brand-new EP “No Truth To Tell Part 1” on November 10th 2022!
Speaking about the themes behind the song, the band have said:
“The track reflects on a breakdown of a previous relationship – its drive is the realisation of self-worth, love, self-respect and rebirth. The response sent last week lent towards being more generic as our view has always been that music should be subjective and that audiences should find their own meaning behind the song.”
Check out the video here!
LaVire (pron. La-Ve-er) is a 4-piece heavy rock band from Lincoln, UK. Drawing influence from major arena artists of the last few decades, and with an emphasis on composition and song-craft, they bear comparison to the likes of Halestorm, Biffy Clyro and Muse, to name a few.
Always putting the song first and striving to engage the listener, they bring colour, melody, harmony, and depth to traditional rock songwriting. Never afraid to experiment or bring new flavours to the mix, while still drawing from their influences with pride.
LaVire have honed their sound with huge bass tones and rhythmic drums; each song layered with chunky guitar riffs, shimmering reverbs and echoing delays becoming a canvas for vocalist Chloe’s lyrics and storytelling. On their upcoming EP, “No Truth To Tell Part 1” tracks such as ‘North Star’ and ‘The Wall’ showcase their modern, anthemic rock sound whilst the epic ‘We Play God’ demonstrates a deep rooted emotion in their music.
LaVire’s' first round of recorded material is available now on all major streaming services, incl. previous single ‘The Wall’ which was featured on BBC Introducing. Their next single ‘Timewaster’ will be released on October 6th ahead of their debut 5-track EP which will be released on November 10th.
A second 5-track EP will be released in early 2023.
With gigs booked around the UK throughout the remainder of 2022 and into 2023, the band is ready to take the scene by storm.