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A short while ago you may have remembered the new video we featured from Free From Gravity titled “The Long Road”. The video beautifully shows the story about a soldier coming home to his daughter who is stricken with cancer. What we learn in today’s interview is that the song itself has a very personal background to Free From Gravity founder Vince Barnes and it’s really something that will not only give you inspiration but give you the purpose behind the drive that is Free From Gravity.

 

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About Free From Gravity:
Free From Gravity are a four piece Rock band out of Portsmouth UK who play a style of music they call “Kick Assed Chilled Out Rock” – that’s Soft Rock With Attitude.

After releasing their debut single, “The Long Road” on April 5th at The Water Rats Theatre in London, they went on to support Mark Morris of The Bluetones at Brixton Jamm.

As a result of this they were invited to play at a number of festivals in the UK such as GosportFest, FortonFest and the Hay Airshow and are currently invited to play at The Kathmandu Street Festival in Nepal at end of October.Beginning November. They have a busy summer ahead with pretty much every weekend booked to play somewhere

The band are currently working on a Live album which will be recorded in November and the next single release will be in later October/Early November. Watch out for the video footage.

They will also be performing some guerrilla gigs. The exact location will be a secret and they will announce them on Facebook half an hour before so like our page and you can keep up to date.

SOURCE: Official Bio

LINKS:
http://freefromgravitymusic.com/
https://twitter.com/FreeFrmGravity
https://soundcloud.com/freefromgravityband
https://www.facebook.com/freefromgravitymusic/

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