Ameican rockers Pistols At Dawn have released a new single ‘Voices‘.
‘Voices‘ can be streamed: Here
“’Voices‘ is a song about trying to quiet the voices in one’s head and the voices around us,” explains vocalist Adam Jaffe. “We live in a world where everyone has a voice and it can be hard to find the real truth. It’s about focusing on self-reflection and drawing a line in the sand to weed out all the nonsense. The video for the song is all about intimacy–it’s meant to bring the listener up close so they can see and feel our emotion and expression as we expel the voices through our playing. Connection is everything to us, and we want our listeners to see and feel what we feel. Raw emotion and passion—that’s how we connect.”
The world is ever changing but rock music is constant and unassailable. Few bands epitomize the intensity, energy, power, and vintage creativity right out of the gate like Pistols At Dawn. Simply put, Pistols At Dawn is one of the best new rock bands in America, and the best new rock band from Atlanta, Georgia since Mastodon and Sevendust.
Pistols At Dawn is an American professional rock band formed in 2015 by drummer Adam Jaffe, guitarist Devin White, guitarist Mike Buffa, and bassist Billy Sullivan. Virtuoso guitarist Buffa died tragically in 2018, and the band reunited with incendiary guitarist Tommy Richardson in 2019 with its first worldwide releases in early 2020. Vocals are led by elite Frontman and former VH1 Rockstar Supernova finalist Chris Pierson.
Pistols at Dawn released 3 new singles and videos in 2020, ‘Cold‘ ‘Gauntlet‘ and ‘All You Offer’. The singles were recorded/engineered by famed producer Jeff Tomei (Smashing Pumpkins/ Matchbox 20) at Cock the Walk Studio in Atlanta, GA. Pistols At Dawn entered the studio again in mid 2020 and wrapped up its new EP “Nocturnal Youth” with Producer Jeff Tomei and “Faith No More” Mastering Guru Maor Appelbaum.
Pistols At Dawn is a high energy, heavy hitting, heart pumping, radio ready hard rock band with lyrics and visuals of the times pushing the listener not to accept the status quo. PAD has been compared to a combination of Godsmack, Breaking Benjamin, Shinedown, Tool, AC/DC, Metallica, Disturbed and other universal hard rock acts, while retaining a uniquely electric, powerful, and vintage sound singular to Pistols At Dawn.