Tornado Road by Cities in Dust


After their 3rd single released earlier this year “The Other Son”, the band is back with a fresh sound and a chill single fitting for the summer season “Tornado Road”.  A breezy track with remarkable guitar tunes played by Billy ‘Smile’ Imrie, a sweet piano melody, a dreamy bass line played by Jim Dorney, and soft drum beats that are performed by Leo Brown. The song was recorded, mixed, and mastered at Whitehouse Studios and released on Musical Bear ‘Records’. The song is about facing our fears and fully embracing ourselves, no more hiding behind masks, and no more being hindered by the past. As Ady Baker, the frontman and vocalist describes further: “It’s about driving ahead full pelt; down the road, you feel has no end. Letting go of your hopes and dreams in different ways, even to dream in a different language.”

The UK-based band’s music was playlisted on BBC Music Introducing and they have played with remarkable artists like Idles, Dodgy, Red Snapper, Jesus Jones, and others. The band is coming back to live performance and stage life on September 3rd at Bunkfest in Wallingford where they will be performing several originals. The song is available on all streaming platforms, make sure to check it out and enjoy it, preferably on an evening car ride with the chill summer breeze.