U.K. rock trio RAVENEYE has unleashed a new video for the song "Madeline". Described by Classic Rock as "modern blues rock with healthy shots of ROYAL BLOOD and MUSE," it's the third track RAVENEYE has made available from its debut album, "Nova", which was released on September 23 via Frontiers Music Srl.
RAVENEYE singer/guitarist Oli Brown said: "The song is about love in the darkest of places.
"The arguments you have with the one you love can be the worst, the heat of that fight where you say the worst possible things you can imagine to each other.
"Our friend Greta Valenti put this story board to us and we fell in love with it. It ties into the relationship with the song, the relationship we have with love, what we do for it, what we sacrifice for it."
Since forming in 2014, RAVENEYE has toured globally, supporting bands such as THE DARKNESS, SLASH, DEEP PURPLE, HALESTORM and BLUES PILLS. The band has headlined tours through Europe and America and has performed at major international rock festivals such as Download (U.K.),Hellfest (France),Azkena Rock (Spain),and will also perform at the Maximus festival in Brazil and Argentina this September. Their incendiary live shows have captivated crowds and put them on the map as a "must-see" live band.
Warren Riker (Lauryn Hill, Michael Jackson, DOWN, Anders Osborne) engineered RAVENEYE's debut EP, "Breaking Out", and took over as producer to capture the band's true sonic identity on "Nova". Together, they worked at Water Music in Hoboken, New Jersey for 25 days and created an eleven-track album that pushed the band beyond its boundaries and into new ground. From the hard-hitting riffs of "Inside", "Madeline" and "Hero" to the raw sounds of "Wanna Feel You" and "Oh My Love" to the stark reality of life and death in "Eternity", "Nova" takes you on a journey of defiance, pain, hate, death and, yes, love.
With songs filled with deep, bluesy grooves and infectious hooks that invoke giants such as LED ZEPPELIN and SOUNDGARDEN , RAVENEYE continues to win fans over around the world with its huge sound and killer live shows. The extensive touring in 2015 laid the ground work for a hungry fan base and, this past April, one year after the release of "Breaking Out", the band debuted on Billboard's Heatseekers chart.
When RAVENEYE formed two years ago, the then-25-year-old Oli Brown, singer and guitarist, had already released four solo albums and toured the world for ten years with legends such as Jeff Beck, Buddy Guy, Johnny Winter and Joe Satriani.
"Nova" track listing:
01. Wanna Feel You 02. Come With Me 03. Inside 04. Hero 05. Supernova 06. Walls 07. Oh My Love 08. Madeline 09. Hate 10. Out Of The Rain 11. Eternity
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