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THE IRON ROSES, featuring Nathan Gray, release new song and video “Screaming For A Change”

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The Iron Roses

Newly rebranded from “Nathan Gray and the Iron Roses,The Iron Roses have just dropped their new anthem, “Screaming For A Change.” The song stands as a clarion call for those ready to challenge antiquated systems and ideals. The track is the first off their upcoming album, set to inspire rebellion and renewal.

Nathan Gray, the band’s vocalist, describe the song as “politically charged, anthemic punk rock with reggae, ska, and even some post-hardcore and metal influences.” They assert it as an anthem that won’t back down without a fight.

The relatively new band is led by vocalist Nathan Gray, recognized from Boysetsfire, I Am Heresy, and their solo projects. The band has announced a full new album and four standalone singles via Iodine Recordings and SBÄM. After their debut and first tours in North America and Central Europe in 2021 as “Nathan Gray and the Iron Roses,” the band has transitioned to their new name – The Iron Roses.

“Screaming For A Change” is set for release on July 14th. The accompanying video stands as an introduction to the band’s social and politically conscious messages and the collective hearts of its diverse members. The Iron Roses aim to exemplify joy, chemistry, and defiance through their music, claiming that advocating for change doesn’t have to stem from anger, but can be joyful and life-affirming.

The Iron Roses, composed of Nathan Gray (vocals), Becky Fontaine (vocals), Philip “Eugenius” Smith (guitar and vocals), Pedro Aida (guitar and backing vocals), Michael Espinosa (bass and backing vocals), and Steve Cerri (drums), are a diverse and passionate group of musicians. They aspire to bring about change through their music, fuelled by the injustices of contemporary times.

Their music blends political punk’s fury and indignation with uplifting melodies that engage and inspire the listener. At a time when the punk genre has become commercialized and diluted, The Iron Roses bring an authentic and compelling experience that proves punk’s heart is still beating strong.

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