A fiery, true rock powerhouse of a track, Not Now Norman’s upcoming single ‘Save Me’ is a huge release for the Berwick-Upon-Tweed four piece. Having worked the live scene for a hot minute, Not Now Norman know what sounds to sculpt to get the crowd going, and they seem to have poured them all into their upcoming track ‘Save Me’. It’s a no-nonsense, all frills take on a timeless rock tradition as thick distorted guitar chords and booming bass lines form the foundation of the track. There’s barely moments to take a breath, but that’s the magic of ‘Save Me’ — it’s full throttle from the get go, but there’s still moments of dynamic range from Michael Brennan's drum line and Zander Brown’s guitar licks to create a morphing momentum. Taylor Mitchell’s vocals sit centre stage, and rightfully so. Her captivating tone cuts through the noise with the performance prowess of an absolute pro. Coming off the back of their recent single ‘Little Cheryl’, it’s as if the group threw out the rule book and let loose. Thank god they did, ‘Save Me’ will send earthquakes through your speakers on its release on the 25th of this month.
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‘Save Me’ is out on the 25TH OF FEBRUARY