Bringing our hearts home with their debut release, Stop The Rain are an up-and-coming five piece alternative rock band from Perth, Scotland…

The band consists of vocalist and guitarist Blair Davie, bassist Sam Flood, vocalist and guitarist Sam Steele, keys player Ben Muir and drummer Kyle Fummey.

The band formed in late 2015, recording a three track EP with the original 4 piece line up that included saxophonist Chris Blair. After the departure of Chris, Sam Flood stepped in and took the role of bass player. Due to the line-up change, Stop The Rain changed their style dramatically to an alternative rock sound.


In the summer of 2016, they recorded their debut single “Home Is Where My Heart Is” which was released to all major platforms later on in the year. At the end of 2016, the band welcomed in their keyboard player Ben Muir as a full member. With raw, Scottish vocals from Blair and Sam the tune is one for all, and with their level of talent they could be easily mistaken for a well established act as opposed to a fairly new band on the scene. Check out the tune via the links below!

YouTube             Spotify

Apple Music        Amazon

The boys have recently released their new single “Skylight” and just last week released their newest single “Ghosts”. In the summer they plan to release an EP so keep an eye on the Reviewzic Facebook page and their own social media pages for updates!

Like Stop The Rain on Facebook          Follow Stop The Rain on Twitter

Follow Stop The Rain on Instagram          Stop The Rain Official Site


The band have just recently headlined o2 ABC in Glasgow and are supporting Natives next week, 23rd May in King Tuts in Glasgow! You can get your tickets here to go along and support them!


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