Manchester based rock trio Serratone have a heady mix of grunge, indie and metal on hand to make their sound. The three met as school friends and started off their band in 2015. When I came across their previous single ‘Black Walls’ I really enjoyed how they dynamically shifted across those different genres with ease and that must have taken a lot of time to perfect.
Serratone, who have gone on record to say they want their music to be full of positivity (which is rare in grunge!), have some new singles releasing across 2020. Whilst their forthcoming single ‘Groovy Lucy’ is due out next month, I wanted to highlight the song that initially drew me to them – ‘Black Walls’. The music video is pretty decent too but its the constant shift in tones and genres that I adored. Enjoy ‘Black Walls’ below. You can follow their latest updates on Facebook.
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