Prime Ministers are ready to make their presence known in the US with their debut album release

Prime Ministers are ready to make their presence known in the US with their debut album release

Prime Ministers–are ready to make their presence known in the US with their debut album release. NOW, produced and mixed by Max Heyes (Oasis, Paul Weller, Primal Scream) out on October 21.  As they plan their invasion of the states with a fall tour with Grammy Award-winning Chilean rock band La Ley.

 

“Now certainly lives up to its name – it is an album for the here and now. Now an impressive album by the Ecuadorian quartet” – Celebrity Café

 

With their feet planted in both South America and the Wynwood Art District of Miami, FL the band has already begun to make their mark in the states. ”The four-piece band channels three decades of music into their sound from mid-1960s Beatles (their harmonies are oh so sweet) to 1970s classic rock (their twin guitar attack rivals Joe Perry and Brad Whitford of Aerosmith) and on through to the 1990s incorporating Brit Pop goodness from bands like Sloan, Primal Scream and Oasis. The boys in Prime Ministers are to be taken seriously.” says Innocent Words Magazine

 

infectious and will leave the listener singing along” – Pure Grain Audio

 

The first single, “Take It Back,” is the perfect melding of fierce musicianship and lush layers with a powerful message.  “Never Leave Again,” with its melody layered over a powerful beat, vibrant lyricism, and unrestrained honesty in its delivery, is magnetic.  The swaggering, classic rock-inspired “From Me” and the hard-driving and the intense title track “Now” all contribute to an album that is destined to make an impact.

 

“NOW is going to prove to be what critics call “a breakthrough album.” –Flash Wounds

 

 

Prime Ministers are Ernesto (guitar, piano, and vocals), Chimo (drums), Pedro (bass and vocals) and Shaggy (guitar and vocals)

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