Hard Rock Duo WALLNER VAIN Release New Digital Single ‘Deceive Her‘

Hard Rock duo WALLNER VAIN have released heir new digital single ‘Deceive Her‘, the song is taken from their new album ‘Duel‘, which is scheduled to be released towards the end of 2022.

Deceive Her‘ is written by Will Wallner & Vivien Vain. Mixed and Mastered by Chris Collier (Whitesnake, KXM, Lynch Mob). Single artwork by Jeremy Gdalia. Photography by Alex Solca.

Line Up:
Vocals – Vivien Vain
Guitar & Bass – Will Wallner
Drums – Jonathan Brown

WALLNER VAIN is a collaboration between British guitarist Will Wallner and Croatian singer Vivien Vain. They met in Los Angeles at the Rainbow Bar and Grill on the Sunset Strip and discovered they shared a passion for rock bands from the 70’s and 80’s.
It took years for them to develop as musicians, performing countless shows in the US and Europe. Along the way they wrote and recorded with many legendary musicians who played in the bands they grew up listening to.

In 2020 the musical duo felt the time was right to attempt to record a great rock n roll album. They moved back to the Sunset Strip, right across from the Rainbow Bar and Grill where they originally met, and teamed up with producer Chris Collier (Whitesnake, KXM, Lynch Mob), initially recording an EP of Thin Lizzy covers titled ‘The Legend Never Dies’ as a warmup before starting work on their new album ‘Duel’.

Everything was recorded with a Les Paul through a vintage Marshall stack at concert volumes. There are no plugins, samples, or autotune. This is a real organic rock n roll album true to WALLNER VAIN’s influences.



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