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  • Writer's pictureBecca Fergus

Steady Rollin release rollicking new track 'Must I Die Alone'

Bursting into 2021 all guns ablazing with their fiery new track ‘Must I Die Alone’, Steady Rollin are an unstoppable force to be reckoned with.

Dabbling with bluesy rock and americana, the rollicking trio career ahead with snarling riffs, ceaseless drumming and meaty bass lines, as frontman Fernando Poma’s vocals soar above the untamed rhythm. As the lyrics tell the story of a fisherman out in the ocean as he is hit with an unruly thunderstorm, and realises that he will never return to shore and see his wife again, it showcases their knack for turning a somewhat unique story into a powerful rock song, and explains why the entirety of Latin America have fallen for their charm.

After winning over their native El Salvador, Steady Rollin expanded out into Europe last year, teasing an array of singles and videos from their debut album ‘Love and Loss’, which was cherished by audiences of all ages and backgrounds. Inspired by 70’s heavyweights such as The Who and Cream, the band, which also comprises Benjamin Andrade and Gerardo Pardo, refuse to limit themselves by genre, and use their vast, intricate skillset to create music that will stand the test of time.

With a steady following already behind them, ‘Must I Die Alone’ is sure to be one of the year’s biggest hits from the three piece.

Listen to 'Must I Die Alone' here:

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