The rock band Follow No One is the brainchild of two highly accomplished musicians – singer-songwriter and pianist Rich Hall from Nashville, Tennessee, and guitar virtuoso Pedro Murino Almeida, originally from Lisbon, Portugal, but with roots in Brazil.
Their focus is to incorporate the greatest elements of Rock and Roll’s past and present into a unique and exciting new brand of rock.
Their music is influenced by such rock giants as Dream Theater, Alter Bridge, Foo Fighters, Avenged Sevenfold, Imagine Dragons, and Three Days Grace.
Recently the duo released a new single titled “Fear No Evil”, a rushing and hard-hitting track about trust and counting on people. A perfect hard rock song, with a catchy melody and a rich arrangement.
Meticulously crafted, this is a four minutes number, with passionate lyrics and intricate melodies, supported by galloping drums and a heavy, bass-driven beat.
Musically, the song excels thanks to a jaw-dropping guitar work that runs the gamut from gentle chiming, to blazing riffs, to bombastic wails.
“Fear No Evil” is the perfect synthesis of their trademarks. In this release they have managed to condense their heterogeneous creativity, already appreciated with their debut album “5“, and have raised the vastness of their musical vision, previously tasted with their single “Your Time of Dying. “
They managed to capture the most impressive elements of the great musical genres and incorporate them into an eclectic, unique and distinctive original style. This duo is a figure that thrills and conquers.
Their name might be Follow No One, but you might want to actually follow these rockers.