Welsh five-piece The Rotanas unleash ‘Spinner’ in the form of brit-pop euphoria.
Forming in 2017, The Rotanas have made a name for themselves – they take their music and grip it in the palm of their hands and create some arena-ready goodness. Since their formation, the band of five have acclaimed radio play not just in the UK, but across the pond. Supports from BBC Introducing, This Feeling, and Amazing Radio, The Rotanas are just about ready to take on the world.
Their latest brit-pop infused offering ‘Spinner’, takes on huge sounds, starting with the persistent guitar strums and hoppy bass licks that skip along with the persistent but smooth vocals – it’s gut-busting and oozes with hoppy hooks. This new track carries a simple message and a rather strong one about the current music industry and how exploitation can be damaging to bands and musicians. With more and more songwriters, writing about this – it’s imperative that they are heard.
Speaking on ‘Spinner’ James said: “‘Spinner’ is about the talentless deceivers in the music industry who try to sell you a dream and manipulate you for their own benefits which are often financial. They hide in the darkness and as soon as they see a glimmer of success they make their move.”