Steel Union Are Set To Drop Self-Titled Debut EP Very Soon

It seems like we’ve been waiting ages for Steel Union to release an EP. The trio have been together since last year, where they dropped an introducing video on Rachel Potter’s YouTube Channel. After nine months, they have now confirmed the release date of their self-titled debut EP.

It is currently available to pre-order right now. It is expected to drop on Friday 22 September 2017. So make sure you are ready to hear the extraordinary music from Steel Union in just two days time.

The trio consists of Rachel Potter, Donny Fallgatter, and Josh Matheny. You may recognise the female vocalist from The X Factor (US). She managed to make it to the live shows, where she placed eleventh. She has also appeared in many broadway productions, released albums and EPs with the help of crowd-funding; and, has even, gone viral on social media with her collaborations with Voice Play – that are still being shared, years later.

All three of them met in a Nashville bar during a chance encounter. It’s clear they work and we can’t wait to actually be able to play their EP through our speakers.

The EP contains four tracks, which are:

  • Stereotype
  • Single Life
  • If I Don’t Love You
  • Slide

If like us, you’ve explored their videos and heard how amazing this trio are live, then you’re bound to be as excited as we are about this.

Check Out Steel Union’s Promotional Video Below:

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Written by Jonathan Currinn

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