New Single// Skarlett Riot- ‘House Of Cards’

(Lincoln Imp Home town Gig) -Courtesy of: Richard Lindley Photography
The new single from Scunthorpe Alternative Rock Band Skarlett Riot was exclusively aired on Saturday Night on BBC Humberside Introducing’s Live session.

The track is titled ‘House Of Cards’ and will be readily available to Purchase on Itunes on the 8th of September! You can show your support and views on the new track and lyric video by hashtagging  or tweeting .

The intro is nice and heavy with some thrashing symbols and head banging rhythm. Most of the songs written and performed by Skarlett Riot have memorable lyrics and catchy choruses.

The band have played big name festivals such as Download, Leeds, Reading and more. They have also gained 10,000 plus likes on Facebook. They rarely play Scunthorpe, but if you are into this genre I would definitely recommend watching them somewhere perform live.

On 12th, 13th,14th of September they will be supporting German band Edguy on their UK tour at various venues starting with Manchester.

Already the band have started to receive some great feedback from the exclusive of ‘House Of Cards’ from their fans.

Here is just a few:

“Listen to s new single House Of Cards.. Guarantee you’ll have it in your head for days”

House of cards was a great song!!! you guys are amazing”

“Can’t get enough of ‘house of cards’ it’s so good!!!!

house of cards is awesome you all sound amazing this is gonna be a long 11 days till sound control awesome job guys \m/”

You can also catch Skarlett Riot headlining this Saturday 6th September at the free festival Doncaster Live.



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