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Brutus have released a new video for their massive new single, ‘Cemetery’

It’s from their upcoming album ‘Nest’.
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Published: 11:11 am, February 27, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Brutus have released a new video for their massive new single, ‘Cemetery’

Brutus have dropped a new single-video combo for their track ‘Cemetery’.

It’s a huge new cut from their upcoming album ‘Nest’, due for release on 29th March via Hassle Records.

“[The track is about] doubts,” the Belgian trio explain. “You just try so hard to just keep going and doing the best you can. But in fact, sometimes you only get shit in return. People don’t always backup the choices you’re making. The aggression in the high guitar notes resemble the irritation we felt towards everyone who was not driving along with us. In the second, compelling part we are asking them to give us time, so we can process what they’re saying.”

The band are in the UK this May for a few headline dates, and The Great Escape. Catch them live:

MAY
04 Bristol, UK @ Exchange
05 Leeds, UK @ Hyde Park Book Club
06 Glasgow, UK @ Broadcast
08 London, UK @ Boston Music Room
09 Brighton, UK @ The Great Escape Festival

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