Silverbird is a three-piece band with a transforming personality. Dedicated to the emotion behind the song, the group is not anchored to any one genre or style. They pave their own path, sometimes chasing tails of retro rock or gliding along soothing folk-pop, and other times diving into the metallic underworld. Their latest track, Wasn’t Born to Follow, sums up the sonic freedom and journey of Silverbird. The track is crafted with acoustic folk, sultry Latin-styled pop, and retro blues rock. Listeners of Bruce Springsteen, Elton John, and the like are sure to enjoy the vibe of this track. 

The track opens with Latin flavors; glinting acoustics pairing beautifully with romantic baritones. Its sailing rhythm gradually pours into warm rooms of blues riffs and rock beat builds. Submerged pop elements weave into the intricate Latin threads, acting as seamless bridges that unite the changing arcs of the track. An acoustic rock guitar soliloquy signals the incoming climactic progression. Pillows of molten melodies elevate the emotion before rolling into mellow planes of echoing vocals. 

Silverbird is Otto Steiner: Lead vox, e- and a-guitars, mandolin; Roland Römer: Bass, percussion, backing vox; and Lothar Jackel: Drums, percussion, backing vox. Listen Now! 

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to Wasn’t Born to Follow by Silverbird here –