Vega to release new album ‘Anarchy And Unity’ on September 17th

Vega to release new album ‘Anarchy And Unity’ on September 17th

UK rockers Vega consisting of lead vocalist Nick Workman, bassist Tom Martin, keyboardist James Martin, guitarists Marcus Thurston and Billy Taylor, and drummer Pete Newdeck will be releasing a new album titled Anarchy And Unity via Frontiers Music Srl on September 17, 2021.

Track List for Anarchy And Unity:
01. Beautiful Lie
02. Sooner Or Later
03. End of The Fade
04. Ain’t Who I Am
05. Welcome To Wherever
06. Bring The Riot
07. Live For Me
08. Kneel To You
09. Glow
10. C’mon
11. Had Enough
12. 2Die4

The following message was posted on Frontiers Music Srl‘s Facebook page earlier today (with slight edits):

“UK rockers Vega are back with Anarchy And Unity, their seventh studio album overall and the culmination of a string of releases which started in 2009 with their debut album “Kiss of Life”. The new album will be released on September 17, 2021, but today fans can get their first peek at it with the release of the single and video for ‘Sooner Or Later’ HERE:

The band has already announced tour dates in support of the release. See the link below for a full list of announced dates.

Pre-order/save Anarchy And Unity on CD/LP/Digital HERE:

“The songs started like all Vega songs, with myself, Tom, and James writing and recording. Then Billy and Pete came along and for the first time we had everyone in the band getting involved in the songwriting. The songs Tom, James and I wrote were still there, but now with a steroid injection and production touches that just took them to new levels. Everyone had such a vital part to play on this album which is why every song is written, performed and produced by Vega. As always, we had no agenda when writing, we just wrote as and when the moment took us. However, we wanted the album to have a really solid, in your face sound that you can feel pumping in your chest,” says frontman Nick Workman of how Anarchy And Unity came together.

Of the first single, “Sooner Or Later”, he goes on to say that it “is a three minute slap in the face. We wanted to write a song that was pretty much flat out from start to finish. It’s a fun take on fake people who live their life in smoke and mirrors, but also about the fact that at some point in life we all have to go through some sort of bad shit to get to the good stuff.”

Anarchy And Unity, while not a departure from the band’s defined and classy sound, shows a band determined, mature, and ready for the next step in their career. It has a crisp sound and immaculate musicianship showcasing the great talents in the band. On the songwriting front, the band have returned with a more muscular sound, but no less full to the brim with melodies that will grab you from the first note to the last.

Anarchy And Unity sees two new faces in the band, Billy Taylor (ex-Inglorious) on guitars and Pete Newdeck (Di’Anno) on drums. They join singer Nick Workman, guitarist Marcus Thurston, and the brothers Martin, keyboardist James and bassist Tom.”