This was a song that came about rather purposefully. I was scheduled to go to a recording session to record a couple of demos and I had written a fairly sad song that I was going to record.
Calling out to an age of classic rock where heavy, fractured guitars and snarling vocals rallied like war-torn battle cries, ‘Motor Honey (Peace)’ speaks to the more primal side of rock, capturing the energy and sounds of bands like Guns ‘n’ Roses, AC/DC and Queens of the Stone Age. Offering glimmers at heartier heavy metal that are swept aside by a more pronounced, melodic edge. "Motor Honey (Peace)" is a bellowing, rumbling, pedal to the metal anthem.
Sirens & Shelter has an amazing energy that can’t be resisted. When you watch their music video, the lead singer leads you on a journey. His vocals tell you a story with vibrancy and authenticity utilizing a wide range that offers the warmth of tone and clarity that you would expect from every singer but rarely get. You should keep a close eye on this UK band on the rise.