AFTER LONDON: Here, Tonite

London-based post punk band, After London, are establishing a solid status with their first single offerings, having received several well-deserved accolades thus far. Here, Tonite, the band's latest single, is an acute and lyrically conscious track which places the band among the most promising new post punk groups in the UK.

The band comment on the new song: "It is about taking control of your own life. It opens with 'OK I get it, I start living in the present, I turned up, then came Armageddon'. Referring to the well known irony of finally feeling alright, then your life is turned upside down. A reminder to self that 'you are your own creator, pick up the reins and get off the conveyor'. And repeats in the chorus an amalgamation of chaos and hope 'I want your head held high, I want you here, tonite.

"It's our set opener and an open invitation to everyone in the room to descend into chaos with us. It's the first release out of many more to come, where we have sculpted a heavier and darker sound."

The harder and edgier approach tends to suit the band's spirit and artistic approach fairly well, and their future endeavors are anticipated.


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