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Will We Ever

by WILLE AND THE BANDITS

Release Date: 27 October 2021

Format: Digital

Label: Fat Toad

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Will We Ever [4:25]

Biog

"Will we ever" is the first single from Wille and the Bandits highly anticipated album "When the World Stood Still"; An album that documents a moment in time that the whole world will never forget, a time where each person on the planet has felt repercussions in one way or another.

The album and single were recorded in one of Britain's most iconic recording studios, Sawmills a studio only accessible via boat on a high tide, with one of its most talented producers, John Cornfield. This coupling has, in the past, produced some of the most ground-breaking albums of the last 30 years – Stone Roses (Fools Gold), Oasis (Definitely Maybe), Supergrass (In it for the Money), Robert Plant (The Fate of Nations) and Muse (Showbiz). Wille & the Bandits "When the World Stood Still" sits comfortably with these albums.

The band have been praised by critics and rock legends for being one of the most dynamic bands around the globe as they conjure up similarities with Led Zeppelin as they move from riff-tastic rock and roll to more acoustic sensibilities that only few bands manage. The use of string arrangements, oscillating delays and soaring lap steel guitar solos give the band an emotive Pink Floyd edge mixed with the groove and vocal phrasing of John Butler Trio, which leaves audiences in pieces.

From humble roots in Cornwall the band wanted to stay based where they feel inspired by the rolling hills and blues seas rather than chase the industry to the City. The approach has paid off having played festivals across the world, from Broadway to the West End, and Belgrade to Sydney. They were picked to perform at the London Olympics after being voted one of UK's best live acts and also listed in the Top Ten Must See Bands at Glastonbury 2014 by BBC Radio 1.