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Newcastle Quartet Edenthorn release their latest single

"The Noise In My Head (2021)"

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New Album Coming in 2021

Singles "A Matter Of Opinion" and "1993" received playlisting on national radio

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It's been a few months since the Geordie foursome released their last single "1993" but it's been well worth the wait. With one of the most bad-ass, attitude - driven tracks to come out of Newcastle at the moment, Edenthorn take no prisoners when it comes to writing solid, chart-worthy rock tracks.

Recorded and mixed at the home of guitarist Dylan Gardner during the Covid-19 pandemic, "The Noise In My Head (2021)" is fresh, fierce, honest and punchy in nature and lyrically represents the feelings of many during the crazy time we're living in right now. This song is exactly what everybody should be listening to - at FULL VOLUME - to drown out the NOISE and escape into some of the best new music at the moment.

"It is a re-recording of an old song from our 2018 album "Exist". We were never happy with the old track and always felt like it was never fully finished so, we breathed some new life into it and we're very happy with the result" explains vocalist Kyle Tague.


"The Noise In My Head (2021)" follows previous releases "1993" and "A Matter Of Opinion" which was crowned as Classic Rock Magazine's 'Track Of The Week' and received playlist positions on national radio.

Slots at a raft of summer festivals have been secured including a main stage berth at Planet Rockstock. The band has promised plenty more new music and an album in 2021 following a productive period of songwriting.

The members of Edenthorn are:

Kyle Tague (Vox)

Dylan Gardner (Guitar)

Faiba Gardner (Bass)

Mark Tague (Drums)

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"An ear-splitting siren that announces a major talent on the UK scene." - Metal Planet Music, 2020.

"A band not just to get excited about right now, they’re a beacon of hope for the future and that’s something worth holding onto." - Paul Monkhouse, 2020

We know that Edenthorn can swagger and strut with the best of them” - At The Barrier, 2020

This is modern rock with real bite” - Rush On Rock, 2020

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