Here to blast away the January blues, London hard rockers The Karma Effect unleash their brand new single ‘See You Again’, out now.

Melding the hard riffs and melodies of Aerosmith with some honky-tonk piano and a hefty dose of Rival Sons swagger, ‘See You Again’ packs a hell of a punch as the band tell their party-soaked story of fleeting love at first sight.

“’See You Again’ is about meeting someone on a night out, having a wild time, then they’re just gone. It’s about falling for someone, and then they disappear out of thin air,” lead singer Henry Gottelier explains. “We really wanted to set the scene with an audio recording of one of our local bars at the start of the track: it just transports you to that situation and paints a really vivid picture. Seb is a phenomenal Hammond player and he does it incredibly well, however the piano is where he really comes to life. He nailed it on ’See You Again’ with those honky-tonk lines.”

Emerging from the UK’s vibrant hard rock scene during the pandemic, The Karma Effect meld the hip-shaking blues rock stylings of contemporaries like The Temperance Movement and Greta Van Fleet, with the keyboard sheen and melodic song writing of classic stadium rock bands like Foreigner.

Recently signed to legendary independent label Earache Records, the band look set to take the next steps to becoming one of the most exciting names in British Rock. With more new music to come plus a plethora of lives dates as a headliner and in supporting Bad Touch, 2024 looks set to be a huge year for The Karma Effect.

‘Promised Land’ is available to pre-order now at on limited edition vinyl (including signed yellow vinyl), signed CD and more.

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