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American heavy rockers Kyote Radio premiere their brand new single »Coming Back«!

Austin, Texas based heavy rock trio Kyote Radio premiere their brand new single »Coming Back«.

»Coming Back« hits streaming services today, March 29th, 2023.

»Coming Back« was produced by Frenchie Smith at The Bubble studios in Austin, TX in the summer of 2022. The song is centered around lyrics that grapple with the return to “normalcy” and reintegration with community that comes after any period of seclusion or distance (physical or otherwise), but especially relating to the shared experiences of navigating post-pandemic life. The song itself was developed as Kyote Radio was working through changes in personnel and kind of reinventing themselves to a degree, and those experiences are definitely a prominent part of the landscape of this song as well. »Coming Back« is also a return of sorts musically, as the band’s last two singles had definitely found them drifting farther into stoner/hard rock territory than previous releases, this latest track is a clear turn back towards the indie rock foundation that the band’s catalog is built on.

Kyote Radio is an Austin based rock and roll band with roots in the West Texas ghost town of Terlingua, a remote desert outpost where singer/songwriter, Micah Paredes, was born and raised before arriving in Austin in 2007. Paredes leads Kyote Radio on electric guitar and vocals, delivering sharp songwriting, anchored by a full dose of heavy riffs and a thundering rhythm section that features Nick Smith on bass and Wesley Riddle on drums.

Kyote Radio, named in honor of Terlingua’s now defunct pirate radio station and its late founder, Uh Clem, released their debut LP »Real Crime«, produced by Frenchie Smith, in August of 2021.

Drawing on influences that range from heavy, classic rock icons like Black Sabbath to indie rock titans like Modest Mouse, Kyote Radio blends different genres into high energy songs that send listeners winding through forests of fuzz and canyons of reverb on the way up the mountain to rock and roll glory.

Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well

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