Conflict Choir, a UK-based alternative rock band, has added another string to their impressive bow. This time, in the form of the new single "The Real Thing," which is taken from their highly anticipated first album "Strange Game."
The duo is made up of session musicians Ali Clinton and Jack Bowles, who have both worked with some of the world's top acts. It was recorded in a dark garage in Worcestershire with the assistance of Thomas Atlas and Greg Chandler on mixing and mastering duties, addresses issues such as society's ongoing struggle with technology, mental health struggles, and our current state of societal distrust, all while immersing you in waterfalls of dark sonic textures. 

The band is influenced by artists and bands like Jeff Buckley, Pink Floyd, Soundgarden, Uli Jon Roth, Steven Wilson & Devin Townsend and have been supported by BBC Introducing, Planet Rock, and many websites online.

Conflict Choir commented: “Each single has its own unique style and personality and has alternative versions that we routinely release online on our Patreon channel. We also reserve special versions only available as physical copies at our live shows - something for hardcore fans to really dig their teeth into. Visuals are a massive part of our project, so we release a visual representation of our album with each single to immerse the audience even further.”

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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