Feeling lucky? LIFE premiere new track, 'Euromillions'
The Hull punks release their new protest song on Donald Trump’s inauguration day.
Published: 9:58 am, January 19, 2017
Hull four-piece LIFE today drop their protest song ‘Euromillions’ - check it out below, first on Dork.
It’s a no-nonsense track that bluntly challenges racism, violence, and the alt-right - on Donald Trump’s inauguration day, no less.
“Have you ever woken up to find yourself in another layer of the same twisted dream?” the band ask. “This is the reality TV show that you can't turn off. This is LIFE. There is no 'free' world.”
‘Euromillions’ will feature on LIFE’s as-yet-untitled debut album, which is already done and dusted, and due for release this summer.
Catch LIFE on tour this April:
01 The Welly Club, Hull
02 King Tuts, Glasgow
03 Gullivers, Manchester
05 Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
06 Camden Assembly, London
07 Crofters Rights, Bristol
08 Café Indiependent, Scunthorpe
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