Soen Tour Part 2

We are pumped to be hitting the road again with Soen at the end of August! We will be visiting a lot of countries we have never played in before and we are looking forward to meeting some new fans.

Find the dates below:

8/27/2019 PPC – Graz, AT

8/28/2019 A38 Hajo – Budapest, HU

8/30/2019 Posada Rock Festival – Campulung, RO

8/31/2019 Mixtape 5 – Sofia, BG

9/03/2019 Volkswagen Arena – Istanbul, TR

9/04/2019 Principal Club Theater – Thessaloniki, GR

9/05/2019 Gagarin 205 – Athens, GR

9/07/2019 Trainstation SubArt – Kranj, SI

9/08/2019 Arena Wien – Vienna, AT

9/09/2019 Legend Club – Milan, IT

9/11/2019 Klub Kwadrat – Krakow, PL

9/12/2019 Progresja – Warsaw, PL

9/13/2019 Scheune – Dresden, DE

9/14/2019 Rider’s Café – Lübeck, DE

9/15/2019 Pustervik – Gothenburg, SE

9/17/2019 Olympia Korttelli – Tampere, FI

9/18/2019 The Circus – Helsinki, FI

9/20/2019 Fryshuset Klubben – Stockholm, SE

Moving Backwards is out now!

Our new album ‘Moving Backwards’ is out now!

If an album is nothing more than a snapshot of where a band is at a given point in their life-cycle, then "Moving Backwards" is a record of a really cool moment in Wheel's development. The band was under an enormous amount of self-inflicted time pressure to complete the song writing, arranging, sound design and recording for the material and if anything, this has lent an organic immediacy and an ever-present, suspenseful chaos to the seven tracks on the recording.

Compared to their previous EPs, every part of the creative process was improved in some way. From collaborating more closely (including some really impactful creative contributions from recent addition to the team, guitarist Roni Seppänen), mix engineer, Jesse Vainio's phenomenal mic placement for the room sounds of the drum recording, broad experimentation with amplification and sound design and lyrics, contemplating modern society's descent into tribalism, "Moving Backwards" is the new standard Wheel have set for themselves, moving forward.

Up The Chain single out now!

New song out now!

Up The Chain was inspired by countless politicians, CEOs and public figures who seem to view the poor with contempt and are only interested in dealing with those who can further their own interests. The notion that financial success is a choice that most people are failing to make is a dangerous delusion that highlights how completely unaware many of the world's most wealthy and powerful people really are about the plight of common people. The lyrics in the song are from the perspective of a member of this ruling class and how ruthlessness is rewarded while empathy is perceived as weakness.

Where The Pieces Lie single

Where The Pieces Lie single and music video is out now!

”Where the Pieces Lie is a song about overcoming adversity, even when facing seemingly insurmountable odds. So much of modern living seems to be about floating in a sea of chaos and hanging on by our finger tips, hoping the situation will improve. I still haven't figured out how to feel good about this absolute lack of control and this song details how I felt in my life, when this turbulence was at its worst. Everyone has limits and when we were making this track, I was pretty close to mine.” -James Lascelles

Listen to Where the Pieces Lie and preorder our debut album Moving Backwards here: