Auckland based blues rockers Radio Coma are set to unleash their raw, high energy Zeppelinesque new single 'Too Young To Die'.
Evoking blues the likes of Hendrix, Rival Sons, Jack White and The Black Keys, the four piece formed in 2016, coming together in New Zealand from different corners of the world to create heavy rock'n roll grooves.
Radio Coma combines a host of influences to their riff-driven songwriting, replete with hard-hitting drums and soaring soulful vocals from Jo Kelsey; a classically trained vocalist with a rock attitude rooted in the bluesy sounds of Etta James, Robert Plant and Aretha Franklin.
'Too Young To Die' was written and recorded in the band's home, The Blue House, and is entirely self produced, keeping Radio Coma’s sound honest, raw and energetic. It's a feel-good song about living in the moment, enjoying yourself, and fighting for what you believe in.
To celebrate the single release Radio Coma will be performing at Galatos Basement with fellow rockers The Solomon Cole Band and Duck Duck Goose on October 21st. Tickets available from www.undertheradar.co.nz
The band also recently made the Auckland semi-finals of the Battle of the Bands 2017 National Championship.
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