Nottingham metal outfit Fahran (Fahran is pronounced like the first half of the word Fahrenheit) have just released their new video for “A Thousand Nights”. This video takes me back to my childhood in every good way possible! Back to the days of Jake E Lee’s Badlands and all of the glory of the late eighties metal scene but with such a modern twist that it’s firmly placed in the ground of the 21st century. The guitars are the key to this song. I love the counterbalance of the double guitar duties and how they compliment each other in an almost “point-counterpoint” style. The vocals soar with melodic bliss throughout the song and the rhythm section thunders with the power of rock. Well done!

About Fahran:
Fahran are from Nottingham and are:
Matt Black, Jake Graham, Joshua Ballantyne, Chris Byrne and Josh Fahran.

They have appeared at prestigious festivals including, Bloodstock, Download Festival, Hard Rock Hell, Isle of Mann TT races and toured with Heaven’s Basement, Kamelot, The Answer, UFO and many more.

With 2 successful albums, this is a band that has worked for all they have achieved, leaving them with a seasoned gravitas.

Fahran continue to forge a sound far greater than the sum of their parts that is reminiscent of no one and is entirely their own.

 

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Tracking guitar solos on the new album 🔥 What's your favourite guitar solo in history? pic.twitter.com/CG4HX4H4e7

About 6 days ago from FAHRAN's Twitter via Twitter for Android

 

Chasing Hours – track listing:

  1. Long Gone
  2. Take This City Alive
  3. A Thousand Nights
  4. I Heard A Joke Once
  5. Chasing Hours
  6. Cased In Steel
  7. You Could Be Mine
  8. Some Kind Of Family
  9. Are We Free
  10. Back To Me
  11. Prison
  12. Black Mirror
  13. Storms We Ride

Dates:
Feb 25th – Milo Bar – Leeds – with Falling Red
Feb 26th – Percy, Whitchurch – with Falling Red
Feb 28th – Badass Bash Festival – Wakefield
March 24th – Grand Central, Manchester
March 27th – The Prince of Wales, Kettering
April 16th – The Cellar, Oxford
May 1st – Dementia Aware Fest, Birmingham
May 21st – The Woolpack, Doncaster
June 5th – The Rock Bar, Tamworth
June 25th – The Birdwell, Barnsley
July 14th – Carnfield Hall, Alfreton
September 10th – Redemption Festival, Wakefield

LINKS:
http://www.facebook.com/Fahranmusic/
http://twitter.com/fahranmusic
http://www.instagram.com/fahranofficial/
http://www.youtube.com/FahranTV

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