New Year brings a New album for No Roller as they launch their second
"Heading For a War"
Nationwide tour kicks off In Crawdaddy. Friday, May 6th
No Roller made their debut live performance supporting acts such as Saville in the Sugar Club early in 2009, and has more recently supported Duncan Maitland in Dundalk.
No Roller are embarking on a nationwide tour to coincide with the release of their 2nd Album "Heading for a War" kicking off at 7.30pm, Friday 6th May in Crawdaddy, Old Harcourt Station, Harcourt Street, Dublin 2. The album was recorded in Ashtown Studios and produced by Tommy O' Sullivan.
Citing musical influences including Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Nirvana, Oasis, Led Zeppelin, Tom Petty, The Doors and Neil Young, No Roller’s style is a melancholic mix of Rock n Roll, Indie and Acoustic. The new album has a blend of Blues, love songs and Rock. However you can still recognise No Rollers unique resonance in all songs.
No Rollers second album “Heading for a War” is available in Tower Records from Monday 9th of May 2011 – (Also available online with CD BABY). The new album echo’s their infectious high octane rock anthems, fused with a lead vocal as distinct and powerful as you are likely to hear anywhere. "Heading for a War" commands attention and respect – guaranteed to captivate from start to finish.