A stunning debut single, “Come In” sets the stage for one of UK’s most exciting rising rock bands – James’ Room.
While defined by its thunderous rhythm section and huge guitars, there’s a surreal uniqueness to “Come In” that separates it from other modern rock bands in the UK scene. Whether it’s the captivating atmosphere housing impressive vocals from Sam Jones or the electrifying intensity from the bass and rhythm section, the band have captured something special. “Come In” takes the tightness of ‘Queens of the Stone Age’ and the sonic tenacity of a ‘The War on Drugs’ song before mixing it with the bands own vivacious attitude and vibrant originality to create a truly memorable experience.
James’ Room met in university, where they quickly discovered their mutual adoration for music. Thriving off their immediate chemistry, they began writing music together. “Come In” explores the universal feeling of being trapped and under-appreciated by those closest to you. It’s a song for those desperate for more from life and to break free from the apathy.
A sonically rich and addictively ferocious debut single, “Come In” is an eclectic and utterly unique song that pulls you in from its energetic intro. Marking James’ Room as one UK’s most exciting upcoming rock bands, there’s no better time to get into the band than now, at the very start of their promising career. Full of youthful charisma, relatable lyricism and mature songwriting, “Come In” has it all. Stream it now!
Written by Ciarán Coleman
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