Whatever preconceptions you have of Towers Of London, they will all change within seconds of listening to their new single ‘Shot In The Dark’. The opening guitar riff is the driving force behind a vocal that paints a thousand pictures of aspiration and hope. With a chorus that wouldn’t sound out of place being sung in stadiums all around the world, the Towers have finally gained a bite to their bark. But more importantly, they’ve got heart and are not afraid to show it. There isn’t a more timely need for a song that unites people in an age where building walls is favoured over building bridges. And yes…Towers may have to rebuild a few bridges of their own as a result of their destructive past, but ‘Shot In The Dark’ will go a long way towards doing that.
It’s been 10 years since the Towers first crashed onto the scene with their raucous punk rock anthems and fever pitch stage shows. Now under the guidance of legendary music manager Alan McGee and Creation Management, their forthcoming album ‘Super Sounds Of K-Town’ has nods to their past but open arms to their future as a global rock band.
Recorded in LA’s Korea Town ‘Shot in the Dark’ is released on the 17th November 2017, with the video being premiered by the motivational and positivity Facebook page ‘Bright Vibes’ on the same date. The Towers forthcoming album ‘Super Sounds Of K-Town’ will be released spring 2018.
“I’ve been following these guys for a while – they’ve now grown up, sorted their shit out but importantly they still retain their bite. This album blows the shit out of what they’ve done in the past!” – Alan McGee (Oasis)