Kent-Party-Rockers, Penthouse, have today released their new single, ‘Party Ring’. The release, supported with a video, comes ahead of the band taking to the road for a short run of shows through the UK with Ten Tombs and All Better.
Speaking on the single, drummer, Ben Schulze said, “I wrote the chorus in the shower, the place where I come up with most of my ideas for some reason.” He continues, “I wanted it to have a positive vibe and I think we captured that. It was mainly inspired by The Darkness – they have a lot of party sing-along bangers. It’s about going on tour and partying a fair bit when we’re away from home.”
Taking influence from classic rock bands like Queen, The Darkness and Toto sees Penthouse adding wailing guitar solos and huge riffs to their tunes whilst their slightly more recent heroes such as Busted, Weezer and LIT give the band their hooky pop-choruses and harmonic sing-alongs.
The band are looking to crash-land into the UK rock scene and ‘Party Ring’ will see them do just that – A song about their experiences partying around the world and the addictive nature of being on tour, and making sure the rock never stops.
Catch Penthouse on tour this December with Ten Tombs & All Better:
12 Dec – Brighton, East Street Tap
13 Dec – Chatham, Poco Loco
14 Dec – Cheltenham, 2 Pigs