Riley’s L.A. Guns have released their latest single ‘Rewind‘ via Golden Robot Records, featuring Steve Riley, Kelly Nickels, Scott Griffin and Kurt Frohlich. This is the second track from the band leading up to their highly anticipated new album The Dark Horse.
‘Rewind‘ tackles the complex relationship lulls surrounding infidelity.
“This track is about how something so sweet can turn so sour,” says bassist Kelly Nickels.
It’s a tale as old as time; finding someone really special and becoming involved, then as time passes you learn they are cheating on you and stringing you along with lies. The feeling of frustration sinks in as you realise you have to end it and wish you could go back and “rewind” and make different decisions.
“As expected, another blistering assault by Riley’s L.A. Guns. I cannot wait for the world to hear their second album – it will definitely set them apart from all others,” says Golden Robot Global Entertainment Founder and CEO Mark Alexander-Erber.
To accompany their new single, the band are releasing a limited edition series of vinyl bundles.
With each single leading up to the release of their new album, The Dark Horse, Riley’s L.A. Guns are putting out a limited edition bundle, with bundle #1 and #2 currently available for pre-order. Each bundle will include a limited edition red 7″ vinyl and a different coloured 12″ of the upcoming album.
Keep your eyes peeled as the band will soon be announcing their upcoming tour dates! All dates can be found at: https://laguns.net
ABOUT RILEY’S L.A. GUNS
After some time down and a few personnel changes, the band has been reborn as Riley’s LA Guns with the return of original member Kelly Nickels on bass, Steve Riley who has been the most consistent member ever throughout the years and still on drums, Scotty Griffin on guitar and Kurt Frohlich on lead vocals. After signing a multi album deal with international independent powerhouse rock label Golden Robot Records, Riley’s L.A. Guns released their debut album Renegades to critical acclaim.
Now with more than 30 years’ worth of noteworthy material, platinum sales, world tours and controversy, the band have proven to be true warriors of the 80’s hard rock genre and are geared to tear it up across the world giving audiences high octane rock n’ roll.