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Band Review: Atlas Run

Atlas Runatlas runAtlas Run are a Scottish indie alt-rock band from Glasgow, now if you know me or my music taste, you know that says a lot, and of course when I got the DM from Stefan and he asked if I wanted to do a review, within 30 seconds of listening to Chasing The Storm I was like "YES!" okay... it actually took me an hour or so to get round to listening to it, because well, I was busy, but you get the point. As soon as I heard Chasing The Storm I knew these guys were going to be insane!
*So Atlas Run is made up of Paul Howie, Ryan Hamilton, Ryan Monteith and Stefan Connor
Atlas Run are exactly as they say, and indie, alt-rock band, if you don't like that, they aren't for you, but if you do like that, then you may have just found a hidden gem from Glasgow.
Nothing is overpowering with Atlas Run, it's almost like the perfect amount of guitar and drums, vocals and bass. You can hear what they are singing, but you can also the beauty that is the actual instruments being played.
They're amazing and very talented, so if you're into indie alt-rock why not go and check out Atlas Run? You've got nothing to lose, and they become your favourite indie alt-rock band or your favourite band in general, so it's worth a listen. Even if you don't normally like their genre, you have nothing to lose and they may surprise you.
Where to find Atlas Run;
Where to find me;
Here (www.lifeisalemon.co.uk) every Monday at 7 pm GMT/BST
Twitter (@MyVoiceBrandNew)
Snapchat (myvoicebrandnew)
*at the time of writing this information was correct, any changes to the lineup have happened after the initial date of publication…

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