REECE to Release New Single ‘Falling Down’

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Following Hold On getting airplay on HARD ROCK HELL Radio, TOTALROCK Radio and Playlisted on PLANETROCK for 4 weeks, REECE return with their new release FALLING DOWN. The single is released on iTunes, Amazon etc… on Friday 22nd June and will coincide with the release of the video as well. The Lyric video can be viewed on YouTube: –

FALLING DOWN is the 3rd single to be released off their debut Album IGNITED. REECE have also now been confirmed to play HARD ROCK HELL AOR festival in North Wales next March and this will be the first Major festival for the band in its short but eventful life so far.

The band will be heading back on tour in August as part of the 2nd leg of their first ever UK tour, stay tuned for further updates through the bands website and all over Social Media.

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