Admittedly we’re a little late to the party with this announcement but hey, better late than never right?

VOWER is a new project consisting of Joe Gosney and Liam Kearley from Black Peaks, Josh McKeown from Palm Reader, Rabea Massaad from Toska and Rory McLean. The band recently released their debut single, “Shroud” and the track premiered on the BBC Radio 1 Rock Show with Daniel P Carter.

Discussing the new release, VOWER shared their insights on the significance of “Shroud”:

“’Shroud’ was one of the first bits of music we wrote and has acted as a catalyst for all the music that has come after. It’s an important piece of music for us and marks the first chapter of this band. The song is about seeing things for what they really are, the lifting of a Shroud.”

VOWER are set to perform at a series of festivals this summer. You can catch them at:

11th July – 2000 Trees Festival, UK
26th July – Radar Festival, UK

17th August – ArcTanGent Festival, UK
5th October – Euroblast Festival, Germany