Combining grunge and hard rock influences to bring you high octane riffs and thundering choruses, they’re rebellious with a fresh new twist that’s difficult to pigeonhole. For fans of bands such as the Foo Fighters, Deftones, Metallica and everything in between. "Raucous and frantic head turning rock n roll, what’s not to like about She Burns Red? Hook-laden, heavy riffs laid upon a powerful rhythmic foundation and sprinkled with catchy melodies. Hard rock with a touch of 90’s Orange County Punk thrown in the mix” - Down The Front Media On the highway back from hell, fighting back from paralysis, surviving life threatening brain surgery and conquering suicidal depression. All while creating one of the UK's best new hard rock acts. She Burns Red have come at rock from a hard place. Working with hard rock legend Toby Jepson (Little Angels/Wayward Sons) on their blistering new EP, Take Back Tomorrow, bassist/singer James and guitarist/singer Andy bring former Anchor Lane powerhouse drummer Scott and virtuoso wonder kid Jay from The King Lot together to create a brooding rock masterpiece for fans of intense modern rock. The emotions are real, the lyrics personal and attitude undeniable. Consummate musicians with a visceral live show they are an onstage whirlwind of raw energy. They know how close to the edge they came and are primed to Take Back Tomorrow. "She Burns Red have a powerful sound and the skills to write a good song and make it stick " - Rock and Roll Traffic "She Burns Red have the same rough swagger as early Foo Fighters but with more bite… One to watch out for" - The Moshville Times Please find below She Burns Red's new lyric video Capernicus Falls
The Vault Arts Centre is located in the former bank building at 40 Victoria Street, Newton Stewart, between Boots Chemists (to the right) and Avocet (to the left).
A regular bus service (X75/500) runs through Newton Stewart, with stops on Victoria Street just a short walking distance from the venue.
Parking is available on Victoria Street, however we would recommend parking at Riverside Car Park, on Riverside Road, in order to reduce congestion. Riverside Car Park is within a short walking distance of the venue.