The York based five piece band consisting of Duke Witter on vocals, Sonny Leach on Guitar, Sam Lambert on Guitar, Joe Adams on Bass and Tom Elliott on drums, announced via their social media channels last week that they are taking a break from performing for the time being.
While this is sad for fans of this super talented young band, there’s some light at the end of the tunnel as the band also announced that they planned to exit the stage while leaving us with the gift of not one but two brand new single releases that they recorded earlier in the year.
Yesterday saw the release of two previously unheard tracks from the band ‘Afraid to Speak’ and ‘The Day Will Come’ along with the accompanying music videos.
During their career to date Serotones have secured themselves a brace of hits receiving airplay on the likes of Radio X, RTE 2 FM and appearing on Soccer AM on multiple occasions.
The band also enjoyed gigging extensively with gigs at venues such as O2 Academy in Leeds and Rock City Nottingham and many high profile festival slots such as at the Isle Of Wight and Gathering Sounds Festivals.
Serotones previous releases include their self titled EP in 2018, and singles ‘Looks Can Be Deceiving’ (2018), ‘Death In Paradise’ (2019) ‘Dream Start’ (2020), ‘Are You Listening’ (2020), ‘Better Than This’ (2021), ‘This Won’t Last Forever’ (2021) and the 2022 release of ‘Nothing’s What It Seems’ that was played on both Radio X and Soccer AM. You can listen to all of these tracks on the band’s Spotify linked HERE