After almost two years of absence from the scene, Hangarvain returned with a new record titled Roots And Returns released via Volcano
The band that had released two records and an Ep and shared the stage with big rock names like The Darkness, Skillet, Gilby Clarke of Guns N 'Roses, Y & T, Hardcore Superstar and L.A. Guns, was silent since 2016, year of release of the latest Freaks work promoted with over 60 concerts in Italy and Europe.
Roots And Returns, which was mastered in England by Pete Maher, U2's historic sound engineer, Jack White and Linkin Park, represents the return to more southern rock and hard blues sounds compared to the previous record which had instead marked a turning point towards the alternatives, and it has been anticipated in recent weeks by the 1968 rhythm and blues masterpiece and completed in a hard 'n heavy, I Heard It Through The Grapevine by Marvin Gaye, and by the single Roots And Returns.
The new Hangarvain album is available in streaming on Spotify and in download on all digital service providers as well as in physical format during the band's concerts and on the website www.hangarvain.bigcartel.com
Hangarvain - “Roots And Returns” (The Bonanza Show) Official Video