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Single Review : Inglorious – “She Won’t Let You Go

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The assembled ranks of Inglorious are gathered in readiness for a twin-pronged assault upon the UK next year with a new album and tour in the offing.

Ahead of the release of their new full length offering ‘We Will Ride’ in mid-February and a 22 date full UK tour, running from late-April well into May, the hard rocking quintet have launched an early strike with the release of ‘She Won’t Let You Go’; the first indication of what heading our way in the new year.

From the intro’ing riffs of lead guitarist Danny Dela Cruz, nattily attired in a striped suit in the accompanying video, kick-starting his band mates into action to track-end some 4 minutes later it’s evident that the Inglorious ship has been steadied after charting choppy waters in their recent past.

Vocalist Nathan James is in fine form; a frontman who wears his influences loud and proud. Absolutely nothing wrong with David Coverdale, Robert Plant and Steven Tyler in my humble opinion.

Drummer Phil Beaver has formed a formidable rhythm partnership with renowned Brazilian bassist Vinnie Colla; with the pair laying down a strong foundation that you could construct skyscrapers on. Out front six-stringer Dan Stevens complements Cruz in a twin-lead attack.

“Red haired lady, got a nasty reputation”; frontman James is on the money for sure. Talking about the new release he says, “This a song myself and Danny wrote before he was even in the band, I wanted the video to showcase each member individually so everyone could see each person at a time doing their thing.

The same guy who has done all our videos shot it, which was quite tricky given the lockdown restrictions. The song is about a girl who we met on a night out in Camden, she had flame red hair and a mean right hook…”

This new single from one of the leading lights of the UK rock scene has it all – slick solos, chopping riffs, a hook that’ll sink it’s claws deep into your rock n’ roll heart and an infectious chorus that will be going around in your head on repeat. 2021 promises much.


Review by Gary Spiller for MPM

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