U.K. hard rock sensation ASKING ALEXANDRIA has released an acoustic version of its hit single "Alone In A Room". The original song can be found on the band's latest, self-titled album, which was released last December via Sumerian. The disc marks the group's first full-length effort with singer Danny Worsnop since he rejoined ASKING ALEXANDRIA in the fall of 2016.
"Asking Alexandria" was produced by FROM FIRST TO LAST's Matt Good and mixed by Taylor Larson.
"'Alone In A Room' is one of my favorite songs I have ever written!" said founder and guitarist Ben Bruce.
"Alone In A Room" spent five weeks on the BBC Radio One playlist in the U.K.
During his time away from ASKING ALEXANDRIA, Worsnop pursued a more traditional hard rock sound with his other project, WE ARE HARLOT, while ASKING ALEXANDRIA recruited a new singer, Denis Shaforostov, and released a fourth album, "The Black". Danny also issued a country-tinged solo album, "The Long Road Home", last year via Earache Records.
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