Folks Punk Revolutionaries Erik & the Worldly Savages return to additional their mission to uplift the lots with their new EP, ‘FUTURE THUNDER VOID’. Launched on March 7, the group are about to embark on an in depth European tour in help of the file, beginning in April, together with Balkan Folks Punk pioneers, Kulture Shock. The band have simply completed a tour of Thailand.
Take a look at the tour dates on their official web site.
‘FUTURE THUNDER VOID’ follows on from The Worldly Savages’ 2022 EP launch, ‘Break Free’, and continues to showcase not solely their signature sound, but additionally Erik Mut’s innate means to rework common themes – typically complicated however all the time relatable – into music.
With a passionate and uncooked supply, ‘FUTURE THUNDER VOID’ is each vibrantly punk and unabashedly worldwide, which is smart contemplating the varied origins of the group.
Talking of the brand new EP, Mut mentioned,
“Written in Thailand and Mexico, Future Thunder Void takes place after the occasions of the earlier “Break Free” EP. It describes the completely different sensations and emotions of a nomadic life within the trendy world. It reveals you ways complicated, empowering and hopeful it may be. The only “Thunder In Our Hearts” covers what it means to acknowledge your individual individuality and the way it feels to broadcast that to the world; it speaks to those that imagine in embracing the beat of their very own drum with out sacrificing success. It celebrates discovering new, genuine methods of being absolutely in a single’s personal final life-style.”
The six monitor EP opens with the Latin-infused ‘Thunder In Our Hearts’, main onto the drum-led ‘Embrace The Void’. Mut channels his interior Mick Jagger together with his gritty vocal supply. There’s a sense of resignation with out remorse within the monitor, and permits us to be empowered by it.
Monitor 3, ‘At all times’, is a slow-paced rock monitor from the very first notice, and carries with from the identical vibe because the earlier monitor, with a Tex-Mex flavour, laid again sound, whereas monitor 4, ‘Shortage’, continues this vibe with Mariachi-like horns. There’s a Balkan sound there too, and it causes one to grasp that there’s a number of similarities in world music – which, I assume, is a part of the mission of Erik & The Worldly Savages.
You possibly can watch the music video for ‘Thunder In Our Hearts’ under, and discover out extra about Erik & The Worldly Savages and their music on-line on their official web site, Fb, Twitter, Instagram, Spotify, Bandcamp, and YouTube.
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