Terrovision Looking Forward

(Rock News Desk) Terrovision split up ten years ago because they had nothing left to write songs about, says frontman Tony Wright. But after a decade outside the band doing some living, they believe the time is right to turn out a new album, Super Delux, along with a UK tour which they believe will show their love of what they do has never faded.

Long-standing drummer Shutty bowed out last year as they began to make live appearances again. He's been replaced by Cam Greenwood, who contributed to the upcoming material. The band has also taken the opportunity to shake down its organisation, and they'll be a self-run outfit from now on.

Wright tells Rock News Desk: "Ten years ago we didn't have another album to make. It's tempting to keep going so we can lean on bars and say, 'Yeah, I play in a rock band,' but we felt the best reason to play was to make great records. more on this story

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