SIENNA returns with the storming new single "Barroom Brawls"

SIENNA returns with their storming new single "Barroom Brawls", and the latest single from the Cardiff outfit sounds like their biggest yet. The new cut is the first piece of new music since their well-recieved debut EP "Handshakes and Formal Attire" dropped back in 2019.

Comprised of Daniel Roberts (Vocals, Guitar), George Broadhurst (Guitar), Taylor Asbridge (Bass), and Rabbie McAdam-Duff (Drums) these four lads have been crafting hook-laden music for a few years already.
SIENNA's latest track is a thrill for anyone who loves fast-paced indie anthems, come and get it while it's hot!

With tumbling drums and soaring guitars kicking off the cut, you're welcomed into their sound in the first 20 seconds before the rushing thrill parts way for Daniel's vocals. 

The quartet here sounds so tight like they're the perfect combination of the rushing attack on the guitar that Arctic Monkeys have, but with the pace of Foals' latest work. Considering the quartet has been making music together since 2017 it's no wonder this track has some anthemic elements in it too, towards the end of the single it sounds like they cranked everything up to 11 and recorded it as such.

It's no wonder these guys are a hotly tipped act on their local scene, with love also coming from BBC Radio Wales and BBC Radio WM, the Indie king over at the BBC Jack Saunders even loves these lot.