Liverpool Band ‘Seprona’ Unveil Video To Their Storming New Single ‘Trap Door’

Seprona Share Video For New Single ‘Trap Door’ Out

via Rooftop Records On 26 February 2016


Liverpool based Indie Pop/Rock band Seprona have just released a  vintage style video for their upcoming first single ‘Trap Door’. They have only been around since 2014, but you can immediately hear that there are grafters at work who probably “dream in music” and take their craft very seriously, but with the right amount of passion thrown into it. They list the Arctic Monkeys, The Black Keys, Radiohead and Interpol as their influences, but I don’t think they necessarily have to hide behind such big names as their sound feels very honest and promising in itself.

The band’s development deal with Rooftop Records, a label owned by Parr Street Recording Studio’s Chris Taylor, gives Seprona access to recording time as well as valuable mentoring.
Their large following in their home city is thanks to storming appearances at Sound City (May 2015) alongside The Flaming Lips, The Vaccines, and Belle & Sebastian, and FestEVOL (August 2015) alongside Serpent Power and Dave McCabe & the Ramifications.


Watch The Video for Trap Door:

“Seprona haunt the scene with their bottomless melodies and roaring beats. Playing this years Sound City, Seprona seem to be making more waves in Liverpool like never before, recently releasing track, Street Lights to commemorate their involvement within the dockland super-event. Watch out for their honest instrumental and subdued genius, you’ll be captivated on the spot.”
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“Simplistic yet powerfully effective with their simple yet refreshingly off-beat song structures and raw riffage, teamed with vocals reminiscent of those of The Zutons’ Dave McCabe. The chilled indie-quartet are sure to put on a fantastic show and are well worth seeing to kick off your Threshold festival.”
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Social Links:
Instagram: @SepronaMusic

 

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