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ELECTUS Release New Single & Animated Video For 'Slip Away'





Hard rock act ELECTUS from West Midlands UK have revealed their new third and final single 'Slip Away' taken from their sophomore album "Rock & Roll Incarnate Part One" which was released last year. The single was released March 1st 2018 and now the creative and wonderful video is here to accompany it. This will be the last single from this album as their gear up to unleash their third album later this year. So enjoy this latest inspiring release while we eagerly await the upcoming album.

Lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Russell Peake describes the new single: "The song, in a nutshell, is about never giving up on your dreams. It's never too late, so don't let life slip away"...it is a short story from a third person perspective about limitations, or putting them aside, Whatever your dreams, follow your heart! Never give up, Do everything YOU want to do!"

Since the single has been released it has been already been played on numerous radio stations worldwide including Kerrang Radio, Hard Rock Hell Radio and local stations such as WRC Radio and has even secured the number one slot on some stations like 365 Radio Network which is a testament to the band's musicianship.

Check out the awesome animated video for 'Slip Away' below:





The video was directed by Ashley Miles of "Hot Frog Animations".

'Slip Away' was released March 1st 2018 and is now available on all major digital stores including iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Amazon, Deezer and more.

Listen now on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/7gJ9sWzptMnoBisjSdfi7D

'Slip Away' is the third single taken from the ELECTUS Album - "Rock & Roll Incarnate Part One".




'Slip Away' is taken from the band's second album 'Rock & Roll Incarnate Part One' which since it's release last summer in 2017 has received extensive radio coverage and extremely positive reviews.

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