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Someone To Blame

by Highwater



Aldora Britain Records' rock and roll journey around the globe stops off in Stockholm for a blues kick from the brilliant Highwater. The band unleash 'Someone To Blame', a single taken from their Mother Nature record, and 'Roll With The Punches (From A Distance)', an exclusive B-side. This is not one to miss, the golden era of rock music has been resurrected here.

'Someone To Blame' is a brooding grower, evolving into a stadium-ready slice of swinging blues rock. It shows the band in full force. The rhythm section provide a solid backing and the guitar input is groove-filled and enticingly seductive. The track is cemented together by a hard rocking soulful vocal, think of Robert Plant or Roger Daltrey in their prime. 'Roll With The Punches (From A Distance)' gives listeners the opportunity to see Highwater's creative process at a more primitive stage. This is a raw and honest acoustic take, inspired by the hardest movements of life and having the courage to fight to the top. It has a southern rock tinting too.

Highwater are a band that you simply need to listen to. This is the revival of the 70s hard rock boom. Who will you blame?

For fans of Led Zeppelin, The Who and Lynyrd Skynyrd.


released January 25, 2021

Written and produced by Highwater.
Track 2 co-written by Johanna Andersson.

Christopher Gradin: vocals.
Hampus Eneroth: guitars.
Fredrik Von Der Pahlen: bass.
Ted Wanning: drums and percussion.

Recorded and mixed by Fredrik Von Der Pahlen.
Track 1 mastered by Stockholm Mastering.
Track 2 mastered by Fredrik Von Der Pahlen.
Photography by Jesper Mattsson.
Cover by Hampus Eneroth.
Released by Tom Hilton on Aldora Britain Records (ABR-121).


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