Song of the day: The Burning Feathers - Surface of the moon

The Burning Feather were established as a result of James Perryman and Soroush Shakeri's dissatisfaction with the status of music at the time - they wanted to fill a hole. They chose a no-frills approach, quickly crafting an album's worth of music that combines alt-rock elements from their teens with thumping sing-along choruses, with old pals Rob Pennel and Alvin Ho providing the rhythm section... Songs about dissatisfaction, despair, and the quest for a better life.

This is their new single, called "Surface of the Moon". The band said about the song: "It's about frustration with selfish people who aren't aware of those around them". I love the pure grunge riff at the beginning and the general mood of the song, very well performed, melodic but punchy at the same time and with the perfect sound for the genre. The song is very enjoyable from start to finish, give it a go by clicking on the Spotify player below and remember to follow The Burning Feather on social media.
Giovanni Gagliano

Passionate about music I wrote my first article for "Given To Rock" in 2012, reaching now 30K global followers. I am also a musician, gigging around London.

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