Track of the Day: The Fanlight – 50 Year Storm

50 Year Storm’s new single “The Fanlight” was released on 30th October 2020.

About the track:

An introspective pondering of the innate desire, in all developed primates, to take curiosity and sometimes pleasure in the pain, suffering, torture and even death of others. From literary horror and violent film, to contact sports like boxing, all the way to the gruesome public execution. Much of this is played out on social media today, perhaps it just being the modern day equivalent of the medieval stocks?

In the case of our song ‘The Fanlight’, we focus on the French Revolution of the 1790’s and the public execution of their last monarch, Louis XVI.

Get a copy of the song: https://50yearstorm.bandcamp.com/track/the-fanlight

About the band:

50 Year Storm are: Damon Morey – vocals, backing vocals & synths. Emma Limn – drums & backing vocals. Andy Limn – guitars & backing vocals

50 Year Storm create music that is described as sharp, alternative rock with a dark, heavy edge. Their songs are short, poetic post-it notes of historical events, expressed over a heavy soundtrack.

Formed in the Autumn of 2016, the three-piece from Cornwall quickly grabbed the attention of BBC Introducing with their explosive live shows, going on to perform regularly across the UK and beyond, rocking prominent slots at numerous festivals.

Follow 50 Year Storm:

Website: https://50yearstorm.co.uk/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/50yearstormofficial/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/50_Year_Storm

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/50_year_storm/

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