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Anthemic trio Press to Meco release their new video for ‘A Quick Fix’ from ‘Here’s To The Fatigue’ ahead of a UK Headline Tour.

Commenting on the new video, drummer Lewis Williams said: “At the end of last year we were lucky enough to be offered a support slot on the Shinedown UK and Europe tour. This took us to a lot of different places we didn’t think we’d be seeing just yet. Most of the footage used in this video is from our first time in Russia, the climate was freezing but the people and the fans gave us the warmest welcome. We hope to get back out to Europe as soon as we can… in the meantime, here’s a little of what we got up to.”

The trio opened for platinum winning rock band Shinedown on a 27-date tour of Europe and the UK with the result being a new love for the bands intricate riffs and driven beats. Josh Gurner collaborated with the band to create a strong video that showed Press to Meco doing what they do best, entertaining. Featuring footage from behind the scenes and in the spotlight, this gives fans old and new a real chance to see the band in their element. This having garnered the band much praise from the likes of Kerrang, RockSound and more.

Press to MECO are guitarist/vocalist Luke Caley, bassist/vocalist Adam Roffey and drummer/vocalist Lewis Williams, a trio on a relentless pursuit to harness their sound into a punchy, driving and visceral powerhouse. LewisLuke and Adam have found creative inspiration in bands like The Dillinger Escape Plan, Rueben, Everything Everything, Manchester Orchestra and Deftones; to pop artists ABBA and Michael Jackson.There is no question that 2017 and 2018 were pivotal years for Press To MECO, building on their unconventional take on riffs, pop hooks and 3-part vocal harmonies that have become a trade mark. Their second album “Here’s To The Fatigue”, recorded by producer ‘Machine’ in Austin, Texas has taken the band another step forward, with appearances supporting Don Broco and at festivals such as 2000 Trees and Camden Rock.


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