Rollers Of Bedlam, Capture London’s Rock ’N’ Roll Vibes On Their New Video, “Sheila”

 Rollers Of Bedlam, Capture London’s Rock ’N’ Roll      Vibes On Their New Video, “Sheila”

-RELEASE DATE: Wednesday 5th August, 2020. Please do not publish earlier than that-  

-Sheila is a song from “Bedlam City” EP, produced by Gordon Raphael-

Contact: Rollers Of Bedlam, 285 Camden High Street, NW1 7BX, London, UK    P: 0044 7450 636 636

 ROLLERS OF BEDLAM, London based Rock band, debut “Sheila” Music Video on Wednesday 5th August, 2020, 5 P.M. (UTC +1, British Summer Time). Lauren Savill, (on the role of Sheila), with her dynamic female rock ‘n’ roll appearance, Joey Bedlam (vocalist), screaming on a straitjacket, eight years old small Geo, smashing a guitar, Luke Byron (guitarist), drinking and smoking at the bench, Dimi Duke (bassist), busking, Luke Rendle (drummer), holding a cardboard with a message saying the world is lost, a drug dealer and a dog biting a bone, all together, composing a story of real rock ‘n’ roll, that definitely cannot go wrong.

                                             YOU CAN WATCH THE VIDEO HERE:

 “Sheila” is an up-tempo song from the band’s latest EP “Bedlam City”, produced by Gordon Raphael (well known for his work with The Strokes). The Video was directed by Becky Dorgan on behalf of Boo TV Productions, and it was shot mainly in Camden High Street, London. A street famous for the rock ‘n’ roll aesthetic and vibes of the city.

         Rollers Of Bedlam, formed in London in 2017. Creating a fresh and unique sound which is hard to assort, with lyrics that capture social interactions of daily life and relations, Rollers, with their straight to your face attitude, can only be described as original rock music of the present age. For Full Bio, Download HD Photos, and any additional information check the band’s EPK 

   “Rollers Of Bedlam is a four-piece punk band hailing from London that immediately draws to mind The Libertines and The Strokes, but with a sloppy, frantic, and intriguing sound that is all their own. You won’t be disappointed.” 

 – Consequence Of Sound –

“I played them over and over and realized that the “Rollers” are growing to be that new punk-rock sensation”

 – Jeanie van den Brugge , A&R Capitol Records –

“They have a strong rock/ post-punk bluster all of their own. I will enjoy watching the rise of these London Street Rockers.”                                                  

  Maximum Volume Music  

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