THE HEARD, the new Swedish rock band featuring former CRUCIFIED BARBARA guitarist Klara "Force" Rönnqvist Fors, bassist Ida "Evileye" Stenbacka and drummer Nikki Wicked (a.k.a. Jannicke Lindström) alongside DEATHSTARS bassist Jonas "Skinny Disco" Kangur (on lead guitar) and burlesque performer, model and singer Pepper Potemkin, has released the official lyric video for its first single, "White Lightning". The song is available on iTunes, Spotify and other digital platforms.
THE HEARD will make its live debut at the Where's The Music festival in Norrköping, Sweden on February 10.
THE HEARD's Facebook page describes the group as being about "heavy riffs, misty songs, dark waters and a death supreme."
THE HEARD is:
* Klara Force (CRUCIFIED BARBARA) - Guitar * Ida Evileye (CRUCIFIED BARBARA) - Bass * Nikki Wicked (CRUCIFIED BARBARA) - Drums * Jonas "Skinny Disco" Kangur (DEATHSTARS) - Lead Guitar * Pepper Potemkin - Vocals
CRUCIFIED BARBARA announced its breakup in June 2016, two years after the release of the band's fourth album, "In The Red". The group explained at the time that "our lives have parted and we need to move on. The last years have taken its toll on all of us and the joy of playing together got lost somewhere along the way."
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