Kamikaze Girls have shared a video for ‘Hexes’ – check it out below. It’s the latest track taken from the band’s just-released EP ‘Sad’, out now via Bearded Punk Records (UK/EU) and Wiretap Records (US).
“This is a song we wrote about psychosis” explains vocalist Lucinda Livingstone. “It was something I struggled with for a while and it was triggered by depression.
“It was mainly the delusions that I had an issue with, believing that things that were obviously untrue were rationally true. For a lot of people, myself included, it comes in episodes and the music reflects that in a way. It’s very up and down, and eventually calms before kicking off again.
“Despite the sombre subject matter it’s a fun one to play live.”
You can read all about what Kamikaze Girls are currently up to in the October issue of Upset, out now – order your copy here. It also features Of Mice & Men, Jimmy Eat World, Joyce Manor, Sum 41, You Me At Six, PWR BTTM and loads more.
The band are on tour throughout November in the US, with a couple of UK dates on the end. Catch them at:
21 Retro Bar – Manchester – UK
22 DIY Space For London – London – UK