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The exciting four-piece rock band The West Order return with their triumphant second single, 'Girl Without A Name'. Hailing from Prestwick in Scotland, the band turned heads with their debut release 'Falling Down' which led to The West Order playing headline shows as well as finishing off 2022 playing at the legendary King Tuts Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow.
This new single, 'Girl Without A Name' was written back in 2017 by the band's vocalist and guitarist Dylan and since then The West Order have been tweaking the song as a unit. Of course, a couple of years of a global pandemic stunted the band's momentum but now they are set to realise their ambitions with this frankly incredible new single.
About 'Girl Without A Name' the band said: "..it's a little bit different to our other tunes, it's a bit softer in the verses with a light floaty guitar riff over an acoustic guitar which then smashes into a heavy chorus with loud guitars and tight drum fills...almost Nirvana-esque."
Both this new single 'Girl Without A Name' and The West Orders' debut single 'Falling Dawn' appear on their upcoming 'All Is Mine' EP which is out on May the 25th. The band are to play a special hometown show at The Buf in Prestwick on June the 3rd.
The West Order are Dylan (vocals and guitar), Cammy (guitar), Daniel (drums) and Darren (bass and vocals). Meeting while at school, Daniel, Dylan and Darren were joined by Cammy in 2021. Their influences range from The Beatles to Green Day to The Snuts.
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