NOT NOW NORMAN Release Topical New Track "Save Me"

Published on 28 February 2022 at 17:14

Photo: Paul Murray Media

Words: Kyle Anderson


Save Me”, the latest release from Not Now Norman reflects on the current and topical underlying tensions of climate change and military conflict with the main message being a plea to avoid the possible and horrible consequences of both events.


With a sound reminiscent of Black Sabbath and Evanescence mixed in with Not Now Norman’s own original vibe, “Save Me” follows on from the bands previous release “Shut Your Mouth” in the same vein of hard hitting, in your face music. With the majority of their songs, Not Now Norman continue with their lyrics which come from a personal experience or that come from major topical concerns in the world.


Not Now Norman have been gaining momentum and there are no signals that they intend to slow down any time soon if “Save Me” is anything to go by. Not Now Norman began as a father-daughter duo before becoming a confrontational four-piece hard rock band with deep meaning and messages behind each track they release. Fronted by Taylor-Grace, the group are based in Berwick-upon-Tweed and have gained a reputation for themselves after stellar theatrical live performances and captivating sensational vocals from the front woman.


Photo: Paul Murray Media


“Save Me” has been released with a view of wanting the world to stop and look at what we are doing to ourselves with current conflict and climate issues. “Save Me” the new single by Not Now Norman is out now on all major streaming platforms.








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