WEBB to unleash a new EP entitled ‘Disenchanted’ on 14th August 2021
Written by Editor on 17/06/2021
New EP sees talented vocalist and multi-instrumentalist find his comfort zone with new, heavier sound
The five track EP includes the track DON’T! which was released in 2020, along with four new tracks which showcase the heavier direction which Ryan Webb has taken recently. This heavier sound, combined with his powerfully soulful vocal results in a velvet covered sledgehammer of an EP. As with Ryan Webb’s previous releases, Disenchanted demonstrates the multi-instrumental talent that makes him unique.
Lead single Concrete Beds, a track which covers the subject of homelessness, is slated for release this summer.
About the EP, Ryan Webb says “I’m really excited about Disenchanted. It’s an EP that I am really proud of and I feel that now I have found the right direction for my music.”
Pre-orders for the EP will be coming soon.
Tickets are now available for the Disenchanted EP launch show at The Vic, Swindon on 14th August 2021 here
UK-based hard rock artist, WEBB brings a refreshing sound to the rock world. Ryan Webb combines intelligently written songs with strong, powerful vocals, and outstanding guitar skills. His ability to perform intricate riffs whilst singing dynamic, yet smouldering vocals that breathe life into emotive lyrical content has garnered praise from industry critics, and his genre-defying tracks have impressed music fans keen for versatility.
Beginning recording under the name Ryan Webb in 2015, Journey was released from Ryan’s eponymous EP. In 2017, Ryan started working on a slightly heavier sound, releasing his 9-track genre-diverse album, STOP THE WORLD! in 2018. Fast forward to 2019 and craving an increasingly heavier sound, Ryan wrote and recorded the single DON’T! and with this one track, Ryan felt he had found the direction he wished his music to progress.
2021 has so far seen big changes for Ryan, as he’s signed with WDFD Records, and April marked the start of an exciting new direction under the new moniker of WEBB.