Heavy Petrol; Credit: Lugdivine Unfer

Luxembourg blues band Heavy Petrol recently released their new single "Sirens".

Founded in 2011 by the common desire of five friends to cover blues songs, the group ended up quickly composing their own material. The many concerts that followed allowed Heavy Petrol to gain recognition. The band, whose sound is influenced by artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Johnny Winter and Joe Bonamassa, released their first album "Petrol Train" in 2017

Heavy Petrol today consists of Woody Lunari on vocals and harmonica, Chris Moiny and Steve Richer on guitars, Dan Kries on bass, Konni Troost on drums and Elise Nunes on vocals.

In addition to accompanying on stage renowned artists such as Brother Dege & the Brotherhood of Blues, Allman Betts Band, Ana Popovic and Junior Mack and performing on the stages of the festivals "Blues and Jazz Rallye" and "Blues Express", the band represented Luxembourg in the final of the last European Blues Challenge which took place in April 2019 in Ponta Delgada in the Azores.

Their new single “Sirens”, which will appear on their new album, is fundamentally bluesy but also very rock. It takes listeners to the depths of their soul and mainly deals with temptation.

Heavy Petrol released "Sirens" on 1 October 2022; the single can be listened to or downloaded from the standard platforms. Further information: https://linktr.ee/Heavy_Petrol.