The 27 Release Hard Hitting New Video

Guitar Pop group The 27 have taken the next leap in their music career dropping latest release ‘Run’ and its accompanying music video.

The 27 Release Hard Hitting New Video

A track that showcases the core of this band's musicality, 'Run' merges crackling guitars and close harmonies to create an infectiously catchy tune that should be on everyone's current pop-rock playlist right now.  

A group who have been building a unique musical identity and amassing a strong support system for many years, over this time The 27 have earned many deserved accolades. From prestigious music publication Classic Rock marking the bands sound as “Sun kissed pop harmonies with roots Americana to beguiling effect”. to the group acquiring an array of impressive fans including Bonnie Raitt and Jackson Browne, it seems this guitar pop trio are taking the music industry by storm going into their latest release ‘Run’.

‘Run’ focuses sonically on what this band do best. Bringing their smooth harmonies and rugged guitar lines to the forefront, the track is highly reminiscent of 60’s West Coast bands with an all important modern Pop Rock twist. Lyrically, ‘Run’ is a coming of age song in regards to maturely growing up and getting to grips with identifying who you are as an adult.

Overall, this new musical endeavour by The 27 sees the bands guitar lines get bigger and the collectives vocals get bolder. As the band prepare to move forwards with a future full length album in the pipeline, for The 27 their music career is looking evermore fruitful.  

Check out the brand new music video below.

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Poppy Laine

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