Roamers Challenge 100 Fans To Sing On Their Debut Single!


In the mirror, in the shower, or in the car, we all do it – and Roamers is putting us all to the test.

They’re a high-powered metal outfit from Montreal, Canada and they’ve got a great idea. In fact, they came up with a never-before-seen Kickstarter campaign tactic. In light of their upcoming project, Roamers has challenged 100 listeners to take a shot at singing alongside them on their debut studio album. They hand-picked their catchiest piece and are willing to let 100 lucky fans be the choir accompanying them in the hook.

It’s an excellent way for fans to form a genuine connection with their new favorite band and I’d suggest taking advantage before it’s too late! The album is set to release in September but they’ll be releasing our team effort here in July. You can visit their Kickstarter campaign page to check out a few other incentives they have to offer. This is an awesome opportunity to play an active role in a hard-hitting, full-length project and I can’t wait to see how this turns out.

Are You Ready To Rock With Roamers?

After all those hours working on that starlight singing voice, why not put it in play? Thanks to Roamers, we can all step behind a microphone and let the whole world hear us! They’ve given step by step directions for submission and will even show exactly how they’re mixing your vocals into the final project. There’s also a quick 30-second preview of the song and, from that alone, it’s clear these guys want to put out a headbanger. They’ve meshed some simple bass chords with a slicing guitar riff and let some heart-pounding drum patterns bring it home.

All that’s missing now is your beautiful voice.


If you want to see more of Roamers feel free to check ’em out at:

Facebook @roamersofficial

Instagram @roamersofficial

Twitter @roamersband

We have helped some other artists such as Tanerelle reach their Kickstarter goals.  Let’s help another hard working artist.



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