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Scarlet Kill

Scarlet Kill

Following immense support from AU Review and theMusic for their previous single 'Nights Get Cold', the trio are back with their anthemic pop powerhouse 'Warriors'. Premiered by Alternative Press, the track was produced by ARIA nominated producer Stuart Stuart and is sure to impress fans, new and old, with Will Tyler commenting, “This song finally shows our true essence musically. I think we’ve found our sweet spot. This song is all about the slow grind to the top and never losing sight of the final destination.”2018 is proving to be Scarlet Kill's biggest year to date after a successful run of Australian headline shows, airplay from Rebel Radio and ABC Gold Coast and a feature in Blank GC Mag. When twin brothers Will and Matt Tyler, along with their younger brother Mitch started jamming in their sweaty Gold Coast garage, they never dreamed it would turn into ‘Scarlet Kill’. After releasing “Nights Get Cold” earlier this year, Will, Matt and Mitch have been chasing ‘their sound’ - which is now heard in the single “Warriors”. The brothers collectively write all of their music, usually around love, loss and having a good time - but this time they took a different approach. There is nothing more integral about being in a band than the slow and painstaking grind to success. Mitch Tyler comments “With so much talent being broadcast these days through social media platforms, it’s incredibly difficult to stand out and rise above the majority. That’s something that we don’t hear bands writing about very often.” The trio of brothers are no strangers to the stage, with three national headline tours and a string of shows in Japan, along with support slots for British in Japan, along with support slots for British India, Never Shout Never (US) and I Set My Friends On Fire (US) under their belt. The boys are gearing up for a national tour very soon with more new music on the horizon.
Active since: May, 2013
Genre/s: pop, Rock, Punk
Sounds like: Fall Out Boy, Imagine Dragons, Panic! At The Disco, Birds of Tokyo
Will Tyler, Matt Tyler, Mitch Tyler


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