PREMIERE: RANDOM ACCESS Are ‘Moving On’ With New Single Release

Brisbane Rockers, Random Access are Moving On with a fresh new stack of singles all recorded at the prestigious Airlock Studios (owned by the talented Ian Haug of Powderfinger). The band are set to release each track, one by one, with the first being Moving On – a song relevant to where the band is now and where they plan to go. 

Lead guitarist, Mark McCall gives us some insight into the track: 

“Moving On represents an important time of transition for us as a band. It is about being stuck in one place but seeing the boundless possibilities of Moving On to somewhere completely different. It captures a moment in time for us and was the first original song we worked on with our new drummer Chris. It is short, fast, fun and tells our story. We absolutely love playing this live.”

Listen to Moving On HERE 

The lyrics and music for Moving On were written by Mark with input from the rest of the band. The track was recorded and produced at Ian Haugs Airlock Studios. It was mixed and mastered by James See and Matthew Gray.

Moving On is the first of six new singles to be released by Random Access over the coming months. The guys have poured their hearts and souls into these new songs and can’t wait to share each one with fans, followers and new listeners alike. 

Moving On and the rest of the upcoming singles will be available on all listening and streaming platforms and you can be sure that once restrictions on live music have been lifted , the guys will be playing them in a live setting too. Stay tuned to their socials for more new releases and news on upcoming live shows when the time is right! 

Moving On will be available on all listening and streaming platforms soon.

Random Access are: 
Andrew ‘Andy’ McSweeny – vox + guitar
Mark McCall – lead guitar + backing vox
Terry ‘Tez’ O’Connor – bass
Chris Johnson – drums + guitar + harmonica + backing vox 

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With thanks to The Colourful Writer PR

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