NEVER FOUND have revealed the new video for ‘Come To Me’, lifted from their
explosive forthcoming EP ‘The Human Condition’, out 6th October. Look out as the
post-hardcore crew tour this Autumn.
Watch ‘Come To Me’, here –
NEVER FOUND are a hybrid band hailing from both the metal breeding grounds
of the Welsh valleys and the notoriously elegant city of Oxford. Formed in
the winter of 2014 and consisting of Daniel Barnes (Guitar/Vocals), Samuel
Redmayne (Lead Guitar), James Sweeten (Bass Guitar), and Kieran Ivey
(Drums), the quartet possess a collective range of influences that are
diverse and expansive. NEVER FOUND draw from the energy and dynamism of A
Day To Remember and Funeral For A Friend, through to the cinematic appeal of
Aiden and My Chemical Romance.
Quickly off the mark, NEVER FOUND dropped their debut EP, Sorrow & Cyanide,
in 2015. The release pushed the foursome towards a stronger connection with
their fans and the diligent pursuit of their musical aspirations. The EP was
diligently supported with two UK headline tours, one of which featured the
band’s childhood heroes, Aiden. Sharing stages with Fearless Vampire
Killers, William Control and Annisokay, and clocking a recent run of shows
on their successful ‘Come To My Grave Tour’, which included a sellout show
in London, has only increased NEVER FOUND’s stock and prepared them for the
release of their next record, The Human Condition.
The band are now set to launch their sophomore EP, The Human Condition. The
industrious combo dug deep for the record, and in doing so, have created a
release that has gargantuan hooks, hard-hitting riffs, and is brimming with
emotion. Their new single Come To Me is indicative of the EP, flaunting a colossal refrain and supercharged riffs with an impassioned delivery. The record is loaded with singles, so expect further videos, and a new line of merchandise. Also, be sure to catch theband live this October.
NEVER FOUND Live:
4-10-17: Swansea, the pit; 5-10-17: Bristol, Mothers Ruin; 6-10-17: London,
Surya (EP launch show);
7-10-17: Manchester, Rebellion. 8-10-17: Birmingham, Subside (free show).