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Roseburg Releases New Single "Wave"

May 10, 2019

The band Roseburg, has released a new single entitled Wave.

Their single Wave develops a quick and strong bond between the listener and composer. This is a feel good song due to the beautiful rhythm of this track built by the drums, guitars and bass. This rock track is quickly completed with the talented vocals to top off this track. I personally feel good and attached to this track and find myself having it on repeat, as the melodies leave me feeling inspired and motivated. I would highly recommend this track to anyone and everyone.

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Roseburg is comprised of Zach Knell, Samuel Sheppard, Keith Lambson, and Soren Buchert . They currently reside in Zach’s hometown of Provo, Utah. While all four members are from different parts of the country (Sheppard is from upstate New York, Lambson is from Idaho and Buchert is from Salt Lake City) the group met and began writing their first album in Roseburg, Oregon. 

 

They left Roseburg together in early 2018 to move to Provo and begin working with producer Scott Wiley and Grammy nominated producer, Nate Pyfer. Roseburg has found a mentor in Kellin Quinn, lead singer of Sleeping with Sirens, after Quinn found the band online and connected with the fact that they started near his own home town of Medford, Oregon.

 

You can listen to Roseburg on Soundcloud and follow them on Instagram or Facebook. You can also check out their Website for updates and tour schedules and check out their merchandise on Myshopify.

 

The highly anticipated single from their upcoming debut album "Righteous Punk", entitled "Be Good" is to be released on May 25th". Fans can enjoy the new single by following Roseburg on all platforms.

 

Website: http://roseburgband.com/
Instagram: http://instagram.com/roseburgband
facebook: http://facebook.com/roseburgband

 

 

 

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