These New Puritans have shared ‘Anti-Gravity’, a new track from their upcoming album ‘Inside The Rose’.
The track, according to the band’s Jack Barnett is about “a person or moment suspending your disbelief and bending the rules of the world”, while his brother George adds “irony won’t save you from anything”. It’s also inspired by the work of William Blake and his quote “the imagination is not a state, it is human existence itself”, according to a press release.
The song is taken from the band’s upcoming fourth album, which is due out on 22nd March.
Watch the lyric video for ‘Anti-Gravity’ below.
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