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More Than Mistakes – The Commoners – New Single / Video Out Now

More Than Mistakes - The Commoners - Single Artwork

The Commoners are excited to announce a new single and music video – stream and watch More Than Mistakes on all music platforms.

“More Than Mistakes is a song written in self-defiance,” says Commoners’ lead singer, Chris Medhurst. “It’s about taking on one’s own weakness with a sense of forgiveness for past transgressions, while enthusiastically searching for the limit.”

Stream the new single More Than Mistakes HERE.

The Commoners would like to thank everyone who took the time to listen to / comment on the new tune and video.

“More Than Mistakes” uses a slamming beat and big vocals to channel the glory days of 70s rock. It’s the kind of track that gets people up and involved immediately while it delivers a message of empowerment and strength that many of us could use right now. Vocalist Chris Medhurst sings with the spirit of a true rocker and the soul of a Motown great. Lead guitarist Ross Hayes Citrullo bosses up on every note he plays. The song’s music video is super fun and fits the tone of the band perfectly. This bunch has dedicated themselves to making real rock and roll with a modern vibe. Crank this one up and save your own soul!

Rock and Blues Muse

On the punchy and rollicking “More Than Mistakes”, the rock train rolls on full steam ahead.  Bright tambourine accents a rhythm section to rival Motown, illuminating a track that instantly pushes listeners to the edge of their seats, raising them to their feet. Alive and free, “More Than Mistakes” affirms the album’s theme of self-empowerment with gusto.

Brave Worlds

The new single “More Than Mistakes” (music video shared below) is a battering, crunchily rugged, smudgily gritty, riff-based rock-stomper with sufficient blotch and jangle to lift it above the mediocre country-rock promises delivered by other acts, and instead offers something of exceptionality, effectiveness, and craftsmanship. In this regard, The Commoners can be favorably compared  to the New Riders or even CCR, at their best. 

Raw Ramp

Come see The Commoners perform More Than Mistakes, and other songs off their new album Find A Better Way live in the UK this Spring. Check out their complete tour schedule below:

The Commoners - UK Tour Poster 2023
The Commoners – UK Tour Poster 2023

The Commoners / Troy Redfern
2023 UK Tour

Thursday 13 April 2023
London, The Grace
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Friday 14 April 2023
Sittingbourne, The Bourne Music Club
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Saturday 15 April 2023
Southampton, The Joiners
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Monday 17 April 2023
Brighton, Komedia
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Tuesday 18 April 2023
Sheffield, Greystones 
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Thursday 20 April 2023
Oxford, Bullingdon
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Friday 21 April 2023
Bristol, The Louisiana
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Saturday 22 April 2023
Birmingham, The Asylum 2
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Sunday 23 April 2023
Newcastle, The Cluny
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Monday 24 April 2023
Edinburgh, The Voodoo Rooms
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Tuesday 25 April 2023
Glasgow, King Tut’s
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Wednesday 26 April 2023
Manchester, Night & Day
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Thursday 27 April 2023
York, The Crescent
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Friday 28 April 2023
Chester, The Live Rooms
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Saturday 29 April 2023
Nottingham, The Bodega
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Absolutely can’t wait to get to the UK and rock out with Troy Redfern at all these great venues. A couple venues are nearing capacity, so make sure you get your tickets in advance while you can. We’ll see you out there!

Stream More Than Mistakes – Listen Here
Watch the new More Than Mistakes Lyric Music Video – Watch Here
New Single “More Than Mistakes” – Peter Noble Press Release – Read Here
Watch the More Than Mistakes – Official Audio YouTube Video – Watch Here
No Mistakes For The Commoners – Raw Ramp – Read Here
Roots Rockers The Commoners Release More Than Mistakes – Rock and Blues Muse – Read Here
THE COMMONERS Release “More Than Mistakes” Ahead Of 2023 UK Tour – Brave Worlds – Read Here

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