Canadian hard rockers Storm Force have released a music video for ‘Breathe‘, featuring Serena Pryne.
Lead singer Patrick Gagliardi: “When writing ‘Breathe‘, I wanted to approach the subject of depression and how having a solid support system (in this case, a lover) can bring you out of the funk. I also always liked the term “Breathe” as in relax and just breathe. After the lyrics were written, Greg brought up the idea of making it a duet. This idea fit perfectly with the song lyrically. He suggested Serena Pryne and we all agreed. I love the way her and my voice sound similar, and really mesh well together. She was perfect for the song. Can’t wait to one day sing it live with her”
The review for the debut release can be found: Here
You can listen to ‘Age Of Fear‘ online Here
Led by Greg Fraser and featuring one of today’s most powerful and versatile lead vocalists in Parick Gagliardi (formerly of Surface Tension), their debut record produced by Darius Szczepaniak (Black Crowes, Sum 41, Big Sugar) combines colossal, crushing melodic rock with hook-laden ballads and massive choruses reminiscent of vintage Cinderella, balanced by classic rock sensibilities of acts like The Who and Van Halen. The group hails from Niagara Falls, Canada and is rounded out by the blistering one-two punch rhythm section of ex-Panik and Step Echo drummer Brian Hamilton and sought-after session musician and touring bassist Mike Berardelli. Storm Force’s groundbreaking new record is the result of a rich blend of rock influences spanning Triumph, UFO, Thin Lizzy, Foreigner, and so many more, and is available on Escape Music worldwide.