West London is known to be the birthplace of some of the most iconic British rock and roll acts – from The Rolling Stones to The Who. Today, this historic part of the capital introduces a new band to the rock scene, called The Burning Feathers.
Inspired by the the likes of Pearl Jam, Foo Fighters and Nirvana, this four-piece create music that recreates the classic rock sound and adds to it a modern twist. On their debut single ‘Start of an end’, they say:
“This track was written about relationships breaking down during the pandemic – the things that make you want to leave and the things that make you stay. We wanted to reflect the light and shade in both the music and the lyrics. Even though the verses are dark and heavy, we wanted the chorus to feel like an anthemic 80’s party song.”
Formed during the pandemic, the group aims to become ‘the rock band it’s okay to like’. And judging by their debut, we think they might just achieve it. The Burning Feathers consists of James Perryman, Soroush Shakeri, Rob Pennel and Alvin Ho.
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