Syteria release their new video for “Make Some Noise” on 24th January, the first single taken from their upcoming album “Reflection” which is out 21st February via Syteria Records/Cargo Distribution.
Blending classic rock stylings with a punk fuzz, great tunes with heart and feel, and bucket loads of passion, Syteria have produced an absolute ripper of an album and one that should see them rise through the ranks at speed.
In a world full of negativity Syteria bring songs full of fun, 4 part harmonies and melodies that you can’t help but sing along to. Whilst their debut album was full of rants and frustration about the state of the planet, this one has a more reflective feel yet still packs a punch. Lyrically it will make you think and at it’s heart remains positive and will leave you feeling good after you hear it! Syteria use the ancient Solfeggio scale of recording in 432hz instead of the standard 440hz to leave you feeling in tune with the Universe.
Syteria are a band formed by Jackie “Jax” Chambers, lead guitarist of the legendary Girlschool and are based in Yorkshire. They first came onto the scene in 2015, starting their full campaign in 2016 by self releasing their EP “Wake Up”. In 2016 they secured a permanent drummer in Pablo Calvo, Julia’s (vocals) younger brother, shortly afterwards playing gigs they were noticed and added to the line up of major festivals to play the main stages.
In 2017 after a successful Pledge campaign, they recorded their debut album “Rantobot” and received rave reviews from magazines and online worldwide. In 2018 “Rantobot” was nominated for an Independent Music Award for best album and short listed to the final 5. Syteria continued to play and promote the album playing major festivals in the Europe and even Thailand along with support shows throughout the year.
2019 saw a new chapter to the Syteria story starting, new bassist Steph Dawson formerly of the band “Scream Of Sirens” joining and recording “Reflection” due to be released 22nd February 2020 with a tour to follow.