by Thomas Bedward August 17, 2021
Reno’s own Split Persona are back in the spotlight with a raucous new single that promises to set fire to the airwaves. Titled ‘On Your Own’, the new cut is already blowing up streaming platforms, and we’re damn proud to be able to lend our support.
Let be Zander Hoschak, Split Persona have been carving out their own explosive path through the independent rock scene since 2019, unleashing a powerful string of singles that have capitalised on their aggressive, sonic sounds and dynamic live performances. Hitting hard with a brutal line of hard-hitting guitar riffs, thunderous drums, and unassailable melodies, the band set the standard with their eponymous debut EP last year, and now they’re back with a brand new and brilliantly unhinged anthem.
Blending elements of early alt-rock with catchy melodies and perfectly toned guitars, ‘On Your Own’ lands as the perfect soundtrack for those hard times where you just need to let it all out. Opening with a wave of distorted electric guitar, the song expands to incorporate a bold stream of explosive drums and rolling bass that creates a compelling and wonderfully heavy groove. In each chorus, Split Persona unleashes a string of fiery guitar solos, unleashing fire and delivering a brilliant illustration of the band’s songwriting and style.
A triumphant return that will appeal to all fans of the heavy alt-rock, ‘On Your Own’ is a glorious example of the band’s and if their new album can continue in the same vein, it might just be one of the biggest rock releases of the year.
Available now on all major platforms, ‘On Your Own’ sparks with wild, caustic brilliance and a raw, untamed spirit, ensuring that it’ll be one of your favourite new tracks. Check it out above via Spotify and make sure you lend the band your support by following them on their social media pages below.
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