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Blues Rock Titans, Steady Rollin, Set Sail with New Material!

“Powerful, compelling blues, ‘Impossible’ follows on from the hugely popular track ‘When the Judgement Comes’ and its super-charged dance remix courtesy of Elyse Rich, set a course from 80s synth pop to modern flourishes of stomping delight, all wrapped around the pounding, relentless rock of Steady Rollin’. The Steady Rollin’ train will be pulling into a station near you before you know it…”

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“Fresh from winning over their native Latin America, Blues rock titans Steady Rollin’ are getting ready to take on the world…the warm, fuzzy vibe of standalone recent single ‘Impossible’ is the sound of a band in their element.”

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Listen to 'Must I Die Alone here': https://soundcloud.com/user-591315145/must-i-die-alone/s-Ktnw7kyap7F


Steady Rollin emerge into 2021 as they left last year, firing on all pistons and creating music which is truly thrilling! They are teasing the first new material since the hugely well-received album, Love and Loss with a new single, Must I Die Alone, taken from a new long-player, Stories, expected in Summer 2021. A maelstrom of frenzied guitars, churning bass playing and incessant drumming, you’ll need to find your sea legs before listening! Telling the story of a fisherman caught in a storm on the high seas fearing he will never see his loved one ashore again, it’s a typical mix of the inventive song writing and untamed rock which has been thrilling their fans around the world, from their base in Central America to every corner of the world!


2020 was an extraordinary year for rock trio, Steady Rollin. Releasing a series of singles and videos, from their debut album, Love and Loss, they succeeded in expanding their huge El Salvadoran fanbase into Europe and beyond, audiences of all ages drawn to their classic rock dynamics which touches upon the raw, blues-infused sounds of 70s giants like The Who and Cream whilst allowing their deft skill at song writing to take on a life on its own. Though lockdown has limited their opportunities to play live, they have taken their commitment to unfiltered, pure musicianship and power into the studio, firmly rejecting technological trickery and focusing on the instrumental skills of the band and a return to real rock music that packs a punch.


Comprising Benjamin Andrade on drums and backing vocals, Gerardo Pardo on bass and Fernando Poma on guitar and lead vocals, Steady Rollin have already captured the hearts of minds of audiences across their native El Salvador and South America and now look to continue to spread their message to the rest of the world. Guitarist and vocalist, Fernando Poma, has played music for as long as he can remember, moving on from the drums as a young child through to an obsessive fascination for guitars which still exists today. He feels music has always been his calling, a passion which is tangible in every song he performs.

Benjamin Andrade’s interest in music started back in 1994 when he started listening to Led Zeppelin, Rush, Metallica and other rock bands. His talent has driven him to establish several successful music bands, such as Kroma, Ultraviolet and Alter Ego. Nowadays, he is committed to Steady Rollin’ and to his role as Yamaha Music’s official drumming representative for El Salvador. Gerardo Pardo is a professional bass and guitar player, adding expertise and a melancholic note to Steady Rollin’s compositions. Fernando is regarded as a champion of El Salvadorian music scene, helping to give local bands the opportunity to play live around the capital, San Salvador.




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