Review: UK rock band The Treatment’s single ‘Let’s Wake Up This Town’

Single/Video Review

The Treatment

Single Review: The Treatment – “Let’s Wake Up This Town” – Release date March 13, 2024

Cambridge UK band the Treatment have been on Rock At Night’s radar since we spoke to them in early 2016. They have always produced high-energy, balls-to-the-walls music.  Well, their latest single/video is no exception.

ROCK AT NIGHT SAYS: The Treatment’s video/single “Let’s Wake Up This Town” is a electrifying anthem will have you singing, “Let’s wake up this town…turn it upside down…lay the music now…let’s do it now, wake up the neighbourhood!” If this doesn’t get your ass moving, nothing will!  With soaring vocals and pure rock rhythm, it will appeal to lovers of AC/DC. Let this be your spring tune!

Look for the band’s sixth studio album Wake Up The Neighbourhood Set to release on May 10th 2024.



About the Treatment

Since their inception in 2008, The Treatment has consistently delivered high-octane performances and infectious songwriting that sets them apart from the rest. “Wake Up The Neighbourhood” stands as a testament to their evolution as musicians and showcases their relentless drive and passion for rock music.

 With influences ranging from the timeless melodies of Def Leppard to the raw energy of AC/DC and Thin Lizzy, “Wake Up The Neighbourhood” is a masterclass in classic rock revivalism. From blistering rock anthems to soul-stirring ballads, the album offers a diverse range of styles that will captivate audiences worldwide.The Treatment’s discography includes acclaimed albums such as “This Might Hurt” (2011), “Running With The Dogs” (2014), “Generation Me” (2016), “Power Crazy” (2019), and “Waiting For Good Luck” (2021). Over the years, they have shared the stage with legendary acts like KISS, Mötley Crüe, Steel Panther, Thin Lizzy, and Alice Cooper, solidifying their status as one of the most formidable live acts in the rock scene.


Vocals Tom Rampton

Drums Dhani Mansworth

Guitar Tagore Grey

Guitar Tao Grey

Bass Andy Milburn





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