Post-Hardcore Punk newcomers from Leicester, I See Vultures dropped a brand new single tilted "Neversafe" on 10th October 2020.
I See Vultures are influenced by the likes of At The Drive In, Comeback Kid, Rage Against The Machine, Gallows, Beartooth and Linkin Park.
Despite only forming in recent years, I See Vultures have already released their debut album in 2019 titled "Escapist" which rapidly gained the band traction and strong support from radio stations & websites alike.
The band where due to play multiple shows during this year, including an appearance at World Record Store Day in Watford, invited by Steph Carter who is a former Gallows member, now with Lyoness. However, due to Covid-19 all shows where put on hold.
Lead Vocalist Dan Adamson spoke about the new single: "Neversafe was a reflection of the mood of our times, sombre and hopeful in equal measures. With rage and frustration punching through, we wanted to reflect it all in the video - 100% DIY in its creation and ensuring we show who we really are."
I See Vultures are currently putting together an EP, they're certainly set to break through in 2021.
"Pretty soon you'll see and hear I See Vultures around the world. Certainly a band that you'll want to catch live when we can all get back to our live shows"
How many skulls out of 10?