Bio

50 Year Storm and a Dodge Polara

Short attention span? Sick of the standard, same sounding stuck-in-a-rut music out there right now? 50 Year Storm's sound is far from run of the mill ‘rock’ music. Their tunes are sharp alternative rock with a dark, heavy and sometimes bluesy edge. Think soundtrack worthy belters that WILL get stuck in your head. That's the Storm.

Known as ‘the undefinables’, every song is a stand out track and not a filler. 50 Year Storm create music that will be remembered, not forgotten and their live performances also follow suit.

Try and pigeon hole them, we dare you.
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BACKGROUND...
Formed in the Autumn of 2016, the three-piece from Cornwall quickly grabbed people's attention with their explosive live shows, going on to perform regularly across the UK and beyond, rocking prominent slots at numerous festivals. After the success of their single Bulleit, 50 Year Storm were invited to play for the American whiskey brand Bulleit at their annual Bulleit Palooza festivals in Vienna and Munich.

"The ferocity on tracks like 'Naughty Coffee' and 'Cold Teeth' is just incredible... flippin' bravo" - BBC Introducing reviewing EP Distressor.

"The guitars are as sharp as a razor and the drums pound like a Viking warship at full pelt" - Listen With Monger reviewing single 'Bulleit'.

"50 YEAR STORM are a band that refuse to be pigeonholed" - Claire Hill from Down The Front Media reviewing EP Hydrostatic.

"The Fanlight is even darker and punchier than any of the Cornish trio’s previous songs" - Sheila Vanloo reviewing The Fanlight.

New single 'GRACE' expected to be released Autumn 2021.

 

50 Year Storm are:

Damon Morey

Damon singing at Livewire

Emma Limn

Emma drumming at The Venue, Westcliff on Sea

Andy Limn

Andy playing guitar at Livewire
50 Year Storm playing at Livewire, Cornwall

Photo credits:

Damon - Gary Spiller at Livewire, Cornwall

Emma - Cyclops Gig Photos at The Venue, Essex

Andy - Gary Spiller at Livewire, Cornwall

Full band - Mike Pitches Photography at Livewire, Cornwall