Ahead of their scattergun appearances across the UK this week, Hellions have revealed brand new track ‘Quality of Life‘. It’s the first new music from the band since their very good second album ‘Indian Summer‘ and, if this is a hint of what’s to come on album three, sign us up. Dive in below.
“We’re so proud to present “Quality Of Life” to the world and to be able to express ourselves on a topic that has directly affected all of us in one way or another,” starts frontman Dre Faivre “And based on what we’ve experienced in our travels, general interactions and conversations, there are people who might not quite understand the way that anyone chasing art lives their life.
“There was this euphoric sense of freedom while recording this song that is still alive when we play it together. We’re passionate about being yourself and living your life the way you want to live it; I think this song is a testament to that.”
Hellions will play:
26 O2 Academy Islington, London (W/ Of Mice and Men)
27 Corporation, Sheffield (W/ Northlane)
28 Slam Dunk North
29 Slam Dunk Midlands
30 Slam Dunk South
01 Hippodrome, Kingston (W/ Of Mice and Men)
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