REEF: Guarda il video tratto dal singolo prodotto da Andy Taylor



Dopo aver preso parte con successo a diversi festival estivi, la rock band REEF ha pubblicato un nuovo singolo intitolato "Shoot Me Your Ace", prodotto da Andy Taylor (Duran Duran / Power Station). Il nuovo brano della band di Glastonbury è ciò che viene comunemente definito rock'n'roll, dove adrenalina e potenza vanno di pari passo con lo spettacolo messo in atto all'interno del video dalla stunt motorcycle crew Demon Dromes.  

Il frontman Gary Stringer spiega: "Come rock song 'Shoot Me Your Ace' funziona, è immediata. L' abbiamo suonata come brano iniziale durante i festival estivi e il pubblico l'ha subito apprezzata. E di sicuro quando hai un brano del genere devi avere un video ad alto tasso di adrenalina, per questo motivo aver collaborato coi ragazzi di Demon Drome è stato qualcosa di semplicemente spettacolare. La loro abilità e il coraggio hanno dato quel tocco in più al brano". 
And what a song! Stringer's signature raspy vocals soaring forward over Jack Bessant's similarly infectious, driving bass. Add to this the dual guitars of Jesse Wood and producer/ honorary member Andy Taylor, alongside brand-new drummer Luke Bullen, formerly of Joe Strummer's band the Mescaleros, and you have one powerhouse of a band. This is re-energised REEF back where they belong with a track that totally encapsulates the spirit, energy and excitement of the band that we all fell in love with on albums such as Replenish and Glow. But it's also REEF Mk II, a newly-crystallized line-up that brings together a remarkable array of talents who can justly lay claim to being a national rock'n'roll treasure.
With a brand new album soon to be announced and a large number of Festival appearances across Europe to be announced for next summer including the already announced slots at Rockfest Barcelona & Gone Wild Fest UK, REEF are set to explode back into public consciousness with a bang!
About REEF
REEF are an English rock band from Glastonbury, fronted by Vocalist Gary Stringer, Jack Beasant on Bass, Jesse Wood (son of Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood) on guitar and Luke Bullen on Drums (formerly of Brian Ferry / Joe Strummer's Mescaleros and Katie Tunstall). To date the band have sold in excess of 3 Million albums worldwide. Since forming in 1993 the band have released 5 studio albums all of which have gone Top 40 in the UK with the bands first album Replenish achieving Gold Status which in turn lead to tours with the likes of Paul Weller, Soundgarden and the Rolling Stones. If that was not enough the bands Second album Glow in 1997 Produced by George Drakoulias (Producer of acts such as the Black Crowes and more recently music supervisor of the Multi award winning film The Joker) soared straight to Number 1 in the UK album Charts and achieved Platinum status. Glow also included the bands biggest hit single to date "Place Your Hands" a song about "Easing the pain of Death" written by Stringer following the death of his Grandfather. REEF have also always been hailed as one of the UKs best and most respected and prolific live acts with the band continuing to tour the world over. The band were even special guests to Coldplay on their last Wembley Stadium shows after being personally invited by singer Chris Martin who sites Reef as helping give him huge motivation that he could make it too being a fellow West Country boy.