Live Again is the new single from Birmingham heavyweights Xilla! Live Again combines massive grooves with soaring melodies and lyrics that hit the mark in these unprecedented times we find ourselves in. The song Live Again a worthy sequel to the album Distant Mind and shows a band that has developed further.
The song was produced by Xilla and mixed by John Mitchell (Enter Shikari, You Me At Six, Alter Bridge) @ Outhouse Studios, Reading, UK.
Leigh Oates – Vocals
Chris Flanagan – Guitars
Greg Pullin – Guitars
Rich Pullin – Bass
Pete Smyth – Drums
The seeds of Xilla were first sewn at the end of the world, 2012, when brothers Greg Pullin and Rich Pullin along with Chris Flanagan and Pete Smyth first came together with the intention of creating something distinct and utterly memorable.
«We wanted the approachability of a great song, combined with the detail, texture and layers of all the music we enjoy». comments Drummer Pete Smyth.
With this blueprint in mind the band started work towards the solid foundation that would ultimately become the basis of their debut album. Fast forward to 2018 and with the arrival of front man Leigh Oates (Order Of Voices, Soldierfield, Rise to Addiction), the final piece of the Xilla puzzle was in place.
Over 12 months the band worked tirelessly perfecting and recording their debut album Distant Mind. The band enlisted the help of John Mitchell (You Me at Six, Architects, Enter Shikari) for his formidable mixing expertise on the piece. Distant Mind garnering great reviews, the album is a collection of 10 songs that take the listener on a journey that demands you to strap in and be part of the experience – this really isn’t elevator music!
Presenting a unique combination of shifting time signatures, melodic textures and massive vocal hooks, Xilla have created a collection of complex, ambitious songs to engage with audiences everywhere. Distant Minds is a varied album full of melancholy and progressive elements that know how to fascinate. A unique combination of shifting time signatures, melodic textures and strong vocal hooks, Xilla have created a collection of complex, driven music to engage with audiences everywhere. The new single is