Greyhaven express a potent blend of alt-rock that is fueled by crushing riffs, evoking melodies, and hooks that will cling to you like static electricity. Greyhaven have taken from a slew of influences cascading from many quarters, but predominantly from the likes of Rise to Remain, Architects, Alexisonfire and Underoath.
Today, we’re pleased to bring you the premiere of the band’s new music video for their song “Brother” (watch it below). The track is taken from the band’s sophomore EP State of Mind.
Forming in early 2015, Greyhaven soon earned their stripes as they hit the live circuit racking up shows with Create To Inspire, Idols Of Apathy, Vera Grace and The Afterparty. The crew continued to build with the release
of their debut EP The Flood, which saw the five-piece undertake a glut of successful shows across the UK, which served to earn them a dedicated fan-base. The EP picked up a range of glowing reviews and the release of
their debut music video for the title track also helped the band pin down a number of profile shows throughout the year.
After the success of their debut EP, Greyhaven teamed up with Dan Kerr (Shields, Create To Inspire, Despite My Deepest Fear) at Avenue Studios on their sophomore release, State Of Mind. The new EP is a sturdy evolution from the band’s debut release and aptly showcases the band’s progression and growing maturity.
Soon after, the band released their second music video for the track “On & On” in collaboration with Young Minds, a charity assisting young people with mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety, which is a running theme in the EP and something very close to the band’s heart.
The quintet are now braced to kick on again with the release of the blistering new video single “Brother” above.