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Hacktivist confirm debut album ‘Outside The Box’

Fresh from dropping brand new banger ‘Buszy‘ last night on the Radio 1 Rock Show, Hacktivist have confirmed all the details of their debut album.

Outside The Box‘ (that’s its name FYI) is set for release on March 4th via UNFD and Rise Records. The album features eight brand new Hacktivist tracks alongside a handful of re-recorded classics*. The complete tracklist is as follows.

Our Time (feat. Marlon Hurley)
Deceive and Defy* (feat. Jamie Graham from Heart Of A Coward)
Taken (feat. Rou Reynolds from Enter Shikari)
The Storm
No Way Back
False Idols*
Rotten (feat. Astroid Boys & Jot Maxi)
Outside The Box
The Storm II

Alongside the album news, the band have also premiered a shiny video for ‘Buszy’ which you can check out below.

Co-vocalist Ben Marvin explains, “This song is about partying, tour life and dedication to our H team – living the life we want and not letting anything get in our way.

“Buszy in Milton Keynes is a place we’ve all grown up with. They used to put club nights on there and there’s also a skatepark. It also was used for community projects, but unfortunately it is being shut down by the council in another example of profit over people.

“We did the best we could to keep it going but our voices were unheard. We decided to name our song after it and get a video shoot booked in before it got shut down, so I want people to take away from it the fact that no matter what, you gotta do what you love and you gotta fight for what you believe in. No matter what or who is against you.”

Ahead of their European tour, the band will be playing a run of intimate warm up shows around the UK. Tickets and album preorders are on sale now.

26 Newcastle, Think Tank
27 Peterborough, Met Lounge
28 Southampton, Joiners

01 Birmingham, The Rainbow
02 Liverpool, Arts Club

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