Steady Rollin return for another landmark year with new single ‘Must I Die Alone’

For the first time in 2021, Steady Rollin have teased their new material with new single ‘Must I Die Alone’, taken from upcoming LP ‘Stories’ expected in the summer later this year. Comprising of Benjamin Andrade on drums and backing vocals, Gerardo Pardo on bass and Fernando Poma on guitar and lead vocals, Steady Rollin are still riding high from their success in 2020 with ‘Must I Die Alone’ set to continue their booming growth.

Markantony’s accompanying animated music video is an artistic masterpiece and a playful contrast to the heavy rock sounds of the tune. Although depicted through light-hearted cartoon animation, the video illustrates the heavy story of a fisherman caught in a storm on the high seas, fearing he will never see his loved one ashore again. 

Dispersed in the story telling of the video are clips of a cartoon Steady Rollin with highly accurate virtual versions of the band members, right down to the facial hair and band logo. A creatively unique visual accompaniment for a heavy rock tune, Steady Rollin have once again demonstrated their unpredictability and inventiveness that has had fans across the world thrilled.  

“Fresh from winning over their native Latin America, Blues rock titans Steady Rollin’ are getting ready to take on the world…the warm, fuzzy vibe of standalone recent single ‘Impossible’ is the sound of a band in their element.”

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Last year, the band released a series of singles and videos from their debut album Love and Loss, a big hit among their huge El Salvadoran fanbase which has since expanded into Europe and beyond with audiences of all ages joining the Steady Rollin train. 

With critical acclaim from New Noise, Blue Matters Magazine and through featuring on Radio X, Steady Rollin are set for another momentous year with ‘Must I Die Alone’.

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