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Legendary Hollywood rockers dropped their critically acclaimed new album Renegades on the appropriate date of Friday 13th November. Renegades has been described as of their greatest albums of their distinguished career. The album produced smash singles Crawl, Well Oiled Machine, Renegades and and the band received representation on the esteemed and highly influential Spotify Playlist. Now as an intro to 2021 and to fire the machine back up, have released a new single from the album, the now appropriately named ballad You Can’t Walk Away which has now developed a deep meaning in more ways than one. “This is a song I wrote with a friend, Tommy Holland, over 35 years ago in Chicago. I brought it to pre-production for the Renegades album and the band finished it with a new chorus and some other minor changes. very proud of it and hope it follows in the footsteps of Ballad of Jayne.”
– Steve Riley
If there was a band synonymous with the infamous it is . Born into a scene that will never be replicated, rode alongside Motley Crue, Guns n’ Roses, Ratt, Poison, Quiet and co. in of the biggest movements in music history. are without a Hollywood rock royalty. Fast forward to 2020 and they’re truly on top of their game and enjoying an absolute in their long and distinguished career. have managed to retain their street wise integrity whilst fitting seamlessly into today’s rock market. Heavily plugged into their loyal fan base, have now released their brand-new album, Renegades, on vinyl, CD, and exclusive bundles. The record has already seen smash singles; the title track, All That You Are, Renegades, Crawl and Well Oiled Machine, (which gained a position and cover placement on Spotify’s esteemed ‘Hard Rock’ playlist). With more than 30 years of noteworthy material, have positioned themselves as true heroes of the rock ‘n’ roll genre, bringing their iconic L.A. sound to audiences around the world.
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