International rock-trio Dirty Power are back with their sophomore 2020 single and video ‘Back To One’, a riff-driven, high-impact release, with a straight ahead and raw approach delivering a sound to rival even the most energetic of live arenas.
‘Back To One’ follows on from the band’s Spring 2020 release ‘Oh God‘ as the final piece of the ‘Notions‘ 5-part EP puzzle, described by the band as an absolute favourite set-closer at live shows. Like many throughout the world, Dirty Power were hit with live-cancellations as the music industry came to a stand-still, and while sensitive to the need to isolate and retreat indoors, Dirty Power were one step ahead; taking to the net to release the already filmed and recorded ‘Oh God’, achieving over 70,000 views across the net worldwide, now to be followed by ‘Back To One’. A success only made possible through the bands DIY, hands on and self-managed approach, a self-reliant ethos that many throughout the industry are looking to revert to.
Influenced by gloriously timeless ‘legacy acts’; Dublin based hard-rock trio Dirty Power are driven by an independent D.I.Y. punk ethic, in everything from the writing, recording and release process, to approaching performing and touring. They stick to doing what they want to do, and do it their own way. Dirty Power is an ever evolving collective of musicians, and 2020 has been a glorious showcasing of what’s to come.
Think Nirvana, Foo Fighters, Audioslave and Rage Against The Machine, all in one giant melting pot of influence yet creative originality. Having taken to the stage internationally, the live scene is where Dirty Power’s music really comes alive, but since the unfortunate spread of the worldwide pandemic, and cancellation of any live engagements they had lined up including a Spring-time London show hosted by the legendary Camden Rocks Festival, Dirty Power have taken to the net to dish out one giant “hand-sanitiser-drenched digital fist bump”in the form of their 2020 releases, and the momentum is showing.
Rest assured, when the live scene is back in action, so will Dirty Power be… Expect ‘Fist-pumping, cathartic, mosh-pit-rock for the mind, body and soul’and ‘Heavy rock riffs, big grooves, with tricky solos and sing-along choruses’.