Introducing: Scottish Rock Band Sylvander

WeRockWebzine are delighted to introduce you to scottish hard rockers Sylvander.

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Sylvander are an innovative Rock band who return rock to its roots with a mix of killer tunes, electric riffs, driving bass lines and thundering drums. Sylvander’ three-piece set-up draws inspiration from amongst others Hendrix, The Beatles, AC/DC and Zeppelin.
Evolving over the past six years through a variety of individual and collective projects the band’s classic rock line up will, in these days of singleton acoustic hipster vibes, reassert rock and roll as the preeminent music for the 2020s.

Having played together for over six years – at such heady events as the Isle of Wight Festival (2014,15,16), sharing the stage with The Red Hot Chili Peppers and opening for Blondie (2015) – Sylvander have been working on their sound and approach over the past 18 months as they build on earlier successes with their previous outfit, Little Eye. Produced and mentored by world renowned drummer and producer Geoff Dugmore (Stevie Nicks, Tina Turner, Johnny Halliday, Demi Lovato) the band have written and recorded a wealth of new material for their soon to be released first EP and album.

The band, all Scottish, are Euan Malloch from Kirkintilloch (guitar / lead vocals), Marcus Cordock from Orkney (bass and high kicks) and Jay Hepburn from Paisley (drums and wry humor). A fiercely Scottish trio who draw inspiration from the culture, challenges and landscape of Caledonia they are all individually successful from numerous projects, and collectively bring a sound that energizes, invigorates and takes the rock and roll roof off.

The band have UK gigs lined up in March 2019 followed by some dates in Europe building on a reputation that saw them tour Belgium, Luxembourg, France and Italy culminating in reaching number five on the MTV Italia Rock charts.

Someone once said that “with the power of soul anything is possible”. Sylvander have had this as a mantra since their creation. In 2019 you’ll see what they mean!