Portsmouth Rockers – FREE FROM GRAVITY

Free From Gravity are no strangers to great live performance, having played in front of up to 4000 people in the past and getting a couple of hundred Spanish fans singing along to their songs at a gig abroad. Apart from the success they have accomplished with their own concerts, the four-piece, consisting of Vince Barnes, TJ Jackson, Jason Gray and Lewis Trickett, has supported bands such as the Pat McManus Band or Mark Morris of Bluetones and worked with people such as Andy Mitchel of The Yardbirds.

Music blog Go Hard Magazine has described the lyrics as “emotional, compassionate and inspirational” while music website JamSphere reads: “I don’t know if Vince Barnes has studied music, but he is clearly evolving from a songwriter into a true composer, and the result is extremely satisfying.”

“The Long Road” was inspired by Vince’s mum’s battle with cancer which she bravely overcame. As a reminder of the hardships life can put on people, it is ultimately a confirmation of positivity and optimism, encouraging anyone who is in recovery to stay strong. Many of the band’s fans can relate to the lyrics and singer Vince remembers a sober alcoholic coming up to him once after gig, telling him how much the song means to him.

 

LINKS:

https://www.facebook.com/freefromgravitymusic/

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3 thoughts on “Portsmouth Rockers – FREE FROM GRAVITY

  1. Hi Guys

    I wanted to say a massive thank you for reviewing our single – The Long Road. You have no idea what this means to us and it is greatly appreciated.

    I have asked all the band members to like your page and over the course of the next week or so we will invite our fans to do the same.

    Is it ok with you if we share the link to the review on our page/Website? Happy to put a link on our website to you

    Many thanks in advance

    Vince

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