WINGER Shares Music Video For New Single ‘It All Comes Again Round’

    WINGER Shares Music Video For New Single ‘It All Comes Again Round’

    WINGER has launched the official music video for its newest single, “It All Comes Again Round”. The monitor is taken from the band’s upcoming seventh studio album, “Seven” which is due on Might 5 through Frontiers Music Srl. The 12-track album was produced by WINGER frontman Kip Winger and recorded in Nashville.

    In January, WINGER shot music movies for 3 of the songs from “Seven”, together with “It All Comes Again Round” and the beforehand launched “Proud Desperado”.

    As with “Proud Desperado”, the “It All Comes Again Round” clip was filmed in Nashville and directed by Jack Sawyers.

    Three months in the past, WINGER guitarist John Roth informed Sam Wall in regards to the band’s upcoming LP: “[There’s] 12 songs on the album. One tune’s a fairly large shock.

    “To me not less than, there’s all the time a tune on a WINGER album that comes at you from left area,” he defined. “Like on ‘Karma’, we did a blues tune — Kip [Winger, WINGER frontman] and I co-wrote a tune referred to as ‘After All This Time’. On ‘Higher Days Comin”, the title monitor, ‘Higher Days Comin”, it is sort of funky and it is enjoyable and it is completely different for WINGER; WINGER‘s a reasonably heavier, darker, metal-ish sort of band. So there is a tune on this album that is very completely different for the band, which is cool.

    “It is meticulously produced and recorded, [with] tons of layers of background vocals,” he added. “It is heavier lyrically, possibly. All of WINGER‘s information have a heavier overtone, as a result of the guitars are tuned low; it is simply extra aggressive. And there is a little little bit of a progressive aptitude on one of many songs. However I believe individuals are gonna actually benefit from the album. I hope it is effectively obtained.”

    Roth additionally spoke in additional element in regards to the WINGER songwriting course of, saying: “Properly, Kip and Reb [Beach, guitar] are the first songwriters of the band; they’re the nucleus. However I did co-write one tune on this album with Kip.

    “With WINGER, it usually begins [as] the musical thought. Lots of people write from lyrics and melodies. A lot of the songs I write, I’ve a melody or a lyric which is just like the nucleus or the place to begin for a tune. However with WINGER, it is a riff, it is a musical thought.

    “I bear in mind after I was first co-writing with Kip on some songs on ‘Higher Days Comin”, we’re not demoing the songs. We’re writing ’em; we’re recording the precise songs,” he defined. “So, I am him, going, ‘How have you learnt that you simply simply need yet one more bar right here?’ He is, like, ‘I hear the place I wanna go together with the lyrics.’ And I am, like, ”Trigger you are making a variety of actually big-time choices for the association,’ and we’re recording remaining guitar elements and the lyrics should revolve round it.

    “So every thing begins with the music with WINGER,” Roth added. “However because the songs are being written and the riffs are coming about, the melodies are in Kip‘s head. Kip‘s the maestro, ? He is the maestro of the band. So he is pondering as we’re writing — what the melodies are gonna [be], how they’re gonna work across the riffs, and inevitably making remaining judgment calls on the association as we’re reducing the songs. [It] was you’d demo songs. You’d demo a tune out, and typically you could not beat the demo. You would be, like, ‘There is a magic on the demo we can not beat.’ So WINGER actually does not have that downside anymore ‘trigger as we’re writing the songs, we’re reducing the ultimate elements.”

    Requested if he enjoys working that manner, Roth stated: “I prefer it. I prefer it, ‘trigger stuff strikes quick. It is fast. It is thrilling. As a result of a tune can sit there while you’re layering elements on a tune for months at a time. It will possibly get somewhat bit too thought out, what I imply? So while you’re writing and also you’re creating the tune, the ultimate [album version], while you’re writing [and recording it] as an alternative of arising with the demo [first], it is thrilling. Issues transfer quick.”

    WINGER‘s subsequent LP would be the follow-up to 2014’s “Higher Days Comin'”.

    In December 2020, Seashore described the brand new WINGER materials to the 213Rock Podcast by saying: “It is WINGER — heavy riffs with massive vocals. Very catchy songs and really heavy stuff — very progressive.”

    A month earlier, Seashore informed the “Pat’s Soundbytes Unplugged” podcast that he and Kip had initially pieced collectively concepts for 11 tracks for WINGER‘s subsequent album, however that Kip “threw away six of ’em, saying that this needs to be like the primary BOSTON document the place each tune is plain. And he simply desires it to be progressive and like nothing he is laborious earlier than,” he stated. “I introduced him these riffs which are simply straight-ahead rock riffs, and he stated, ‘I already know what the following three chords are gonna be after I’ve heard three chords.’

    “We’re going for one thing that is poppy and sing-along stuff but cool, heavy, progressive riffs — sort of like [2009’s] ‘Karma’,” Reb defined. “That is what we’re going for.”

    WINGER will hit the street starting with a U.Ok. tour with STEEL PANTHER in Might, adopted by a U.S tour with the Tom Keifer in June. Moreover, the band will play quite a few headlining reveals all through the summer season.

    Within the spring of 2020, WINGER invited artists, buddies and followers — together with Alice Cooper and members of SCORPIONS, STEELHEART and WARRANT — to sing alongside to “Higher Days Comin'”, the title monitor of the band’s sixth studio album. An official music video for the brand new model of the tune was made out there in late April of that 12 months.

    WINGER fashioned within the late Nineteen Eighties and soared to quick success with its 1988 self-titled launch. The album spawned the hit singles “Seventeen” and “Headed For A Heartbreak” and achieved platinum gross sales standing. “Winger” additionally stayed on The Billboard 200 chart for over 60 weeks the place it peaked at #21. Their subsequent album, “In The Coronary heart Of The Younger”, additionally achieved platinum standing behind the singles “Cannot Get Enuff” and “Miles Away”. The change in musical local weather of the mid-’90s, compounded with unprovoked ridicule on MTV‘s in style “Beavis And Butt-Head” present, led the band to go on hiatus in 1994. In 2001, WINGER reunited and has not seemed again since. Kip additionally earned a 2016 Grammy nomination for the classical album “C.F. Kip Winger: Conversations With Nijinsky”, recorded with the San Francisco Ballet Orchestra.

    WINGER Shares Music Video For New Single ‘It All Comes Again Round’