Turbulence - 'The Weatherman'

Turbulence bring the best elements of the ‘Brit Pop’ era and polishes it for a new audience with their new single ‘The Weatherman’.

Hailing from Ellesmere Port, this North West trio have grown vastly in popularity since their inception in 2014, working tirelessly to sell their classic rock dripped in contemporary indie edge to the masses. Last year was their busiest yet, with three singles significantly growing their following beyond the North West, but with the release of ‘The Weatherman’, it seems this band are on the edge of their watershed moment.

‘The Weatherman’ is easily the best single so far from this trio, showing just how far they’ve come in a short space of time. Turbulence take clear influence from the likes of Oasis, especially the vocal style of lead singer James Smith. This emotionally charged track looks to find optimism through the initial feeling of despondency, with atmospheric choruses and raw lyricism, ‘The Weatherman’ is something that stands on its own.

‘The Weatherman’ is now available on all major streaming platforms, Turbulence will play at The Peer Hat, Manchester on May 4th.

Words of Danial Kennedy