Beckon Lane are a band drawing inspirations modern rock bands such as Alter Bridge, Shinedown, as well as being influenced by Queen, Pain Of Salvation and Black Stone Cherry.

With hard hitting, groove filled riffs, booming rhythm section and soaring vocals found in the EP ’, Beckon Lane do not shy away from ample use of melody. Lewis’ voice carries the emotion and tone that reflects everything a song needs, as well the dual vocal harmonies, detuned guitars and booming bass lines, Beckon Lane’s EP is not making any apologies for being creative.

With a successful live début at Nottingham’s premier rock venue Rock City supporting IamI in 2014, Beckon Lane have been going from strength to strength playing stand out venues across the Midlands or headlining hometown shows.
Beckon Lane are:

Lewis Philis – Vocals/Guitars,
Dan Brown – Drums/ Vocals,
Samer Bata – Guitars
Mike Nightengale on Bass



“A bona fide headliner opening the night… Capable of dealing out both killer metal and power ballads with a more commercial edge, these guys should be peering out of national newspapers” – SonicAbuse

“This band has a resonance and vitality that hit the mark. With their two vocalists and thrilling performance, this Nottingham band put on a show that was volcanic.” –

Beckon Lane EP:

“The Nottingham four piece are muscular and thumping from their opening riff, and manage to distil all that’s rather good about hard rock… It all makes for a hugely enjoyable and massively ambitious glimpse into the world of a band that you sense is capable of something truly special. Rating 8.5/10” – Maximum Volume Music

“a strong statement of intent from a band with a powerful identity already working for them and, from the moment the first grueling riff kicks in, you know you’re in for one hell of a trip. The Beckon Lane EP is a testament to the amazing talent that exists in the UK underground scene today.” – Sonic Abuse

“Beckon Lane is a serious contender. The guys have crafted a sound that’s unique, a sound that’s powerful, and a sound that’s going to appeal to fans of a variety of spectrums of the metal genre.” – LoudStuff