Lincolnshire rock trio, Project Redshift have just released their brand new single and video, which is available everywhere now. Crossfire is a riff-centric message about a topic the band feels strongly about, War.
To explain the inspiration behind the new track, Josh Tunnicliffe (Vocal/Guitar) comments:
“Crossfire is a song I wrote about a subject that I feel very strongly about – war. It’s about how soldiers go out onto a battlefield and fight other soldiers, and these people are more than likely not just fighting for a cause that they believe in, and they may end up dying because of an argument between the people high up in government, sat in their houses and making decisions on what the soldiers do next.
We all believe this is our best song yet. I put a lot of time into writing it and making it exactly how I wanted it and we’ve put a huge amount of time and effort into producing the single and video to make sure they represent the meaning well.”
About Project Redshift Project Redshift formed in 2016, releasing their debut single in the October of 2017. With more singles released in 2017, the band have seen praise and support from BBC Introducing, Discovered Magazine and A&R Factory.
The band have joined line-ups headlined by The Hoosiers and Fickle Friends, and are planning to get out playing live as much as possible throughout 2019.
Crossfire has been picked up by the Planet Rock, New Rock Show with Wyatt Wendels and is gaining traction all across the UK.
Project Redshift are:
Josh Tunnicliffe: Guitar/Vocals Pete Thickett: Bass/Vocals James Turner: Drums