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Single Review : Vega – ‘Heroes and Zeroes’

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Review by Paul Monkhouse for MPM

Whilst a lot of their sound is rooted in the halcyon days of the 1980’s, Vega are certainly a modern band bringing hard rock and huge hooks to the masses.

This new single is the opening salvo from their forthcoming ‘Battlelines’ album and with the latest line-up toughening their sound, they’ve never sounded so fiery.

Whilst the days of stadium filling rock bands is far from being in the rear-view mirror, the UK has always been a little reticent in fully embracing acts who truly embrace loud guitars whilst pumping out anthemic songs that give cross-generational audiences the opportunity to sing along the terraces.

Vega have made it their mission to change that and ‘Heroes and Zeroes’ is a perfect storm of big rock sounds and heart. With the writing team of vocalist Nick Workman and drummer Pete Newdeck firing on all cylinders, the swopping guitarwork of Marcus Hurston and Billy Taylor create sparks that light up the sky like a 5th of November evening. With some winning vocal interplay between Workman and Newdeck at its close, this little monster shows Vega showing their intent to never compromise on the quality and never slow down. With a forthcoming tour seeing them play the length and breadth of the country, see them now before the stadiums beckon.

Pre-order/save “Battlelines” here: https://orcd.co/battlelines

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