“Alphabet is a direct question, to the audience and the performer, on whether any of this will ever be enough to reach satisfaction,” frontman Charlie Steen explains. “At the time of writing it, I was experiencing a series of surreal dreams where a manic subconscious was bleeding out of me and seeping into the lyrics. All the unsettling and distressing imagery I faced in my sleep have taken on their own form in the video.”
Accompanied by a brand new vid directed by Tegen Williams, the group have also announced that they’ll be playing London’s Electric Brixton on 22nd April next year.
Have a listen to their newest banger below.
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