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  • Writer's picturePrudence Mai

News: The Stealers Shines On New Single 'Same Old Ways'

The Stealers, hailing from the vibrant alt-rock scene of Brighton, have ignited anticipation with their latest single 'Same Old Ways', serving as a prelude to their forthcoming EP of the same name. A declaration of intent, the single signals a promising trajectory for the band in the year ahead.

From the outset, 'Same Old Ways' wastes no time in grabbing the listener's attention, exploding into existence with a backdrop of distorted guitars, deep-toned bass, and pulsating drums. The urgent and expressive lead vocals soar above the cacophony, anchored by tight guitar licks that weave seamlessly into a melodic central hook.

Under the expert guidance of band member but also talented mixing engineer George Hart, known for his work with the likes of False Heads and The Stealers themselves, the track's explosive instrumentation and vibrant hooks coalesce into an addictive sonic landscape. Drawing comparisons to the likes of Royal Blood, Nothing But Thieves, and Queens Of The Stone Age, The Stealers have carved out a distinct niche for themselves within the alt-rock realm.

In their own words, the band describes how 'Same Old Ways' sets the tone for their upcoming EP: "We are super excited to put out a full body of work as we have been sitting on these tunes for way too long. It is great to be getting back on the road and playing the songs live as that is what they were made for. Be sure to catch us at a show on tour to feel the full force of the new record.”

As they embark on their headline tour across the UK, The Stealers are poised to captivate audiences with their infectious blend of mature songwriting and high-octane sensibilities.

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