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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


Watch the visual below!

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Brisbane four-piece Bad Party have unveiled their riotous new track, Sinking In. The release arrives alongside an official visual, filmed and directed by Josh Nicastro.

Continuing their exploration of metal based sonics, Sinking In weaves together threads of alt-pop and rock, producing an anthemic track of substance both sonically and conceptually. Heralded by frontman Henry Epong's captivating vocals, blazing guitars roar throughout the track whilst conceptually navigating themes of mental health.

Speaking of the track, the band share with MILKY: "Sinking In is our way of telling a story on how mental health can consume you and take over your everyday life. The song means a lot to us as we all have friends and family going through harsh times, particularly in the current state of the world."

Making their debut earlier this year with Run, Bad Party have spent their time since honing in on their signature sound. Made up of Henry Epong, guitarist Daniel Long, bassist Campbell Henderson and drummer Lachlan Baynes, Bad Party are just heating up, with more on the horizon from the exciting four-piece.

Sinking In is out now! Watch the visual below.

WARNING: This video may potentially trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy. Viewer discretion is advised.


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