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August 2018
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HMLTD gallop ‘To The Door’, and the results are pretty spectacular

The genre-bending stormer is a go-to sign that this band are destined for something huge
Published: 11:25 am, March 03, 2017
HMLTD gallop ‘To The Door’, and the results are pretty spectacular
Already standing on top of shoulders as one of the most buzzed bands of the moment, HMLTD have burst right through the front door with new cut - ‘To The Door’.

Shifting from a frenzied Western-inspired soundtrack to glitchy electro breaks, it’s another sign that these Londoners aren’t afraid to twist and screw genres into their own will - delivering seismic hits in the process that make them pretty unmissable if you want to see something huge blow up in the 12 months.

‘To The Door’ even comes with a flashy new video to boot - which as you can imagine includes gun shots, plenty of blood and confetti (so a pretty magical mixture then). With a touch of iconic already written across frontman Henry Spychalski, things are about to get turned up a notch we reckon’.

Speaking about the track to FADAR, the band said: "It’s time to zoom out. The picture is widening. As the image focuses, you begin to see the filth that lines its margins.”

Expect ‘To The Door’ to go down a treat when HMLTD headline a very special Dork Live show this April, taking over Birmingham’s Sunflower Lounge on April 27th (with tickets on sale now). Coming days ahead of their appearance at Live At Leeds, it’s going to be a big one.

Head ‘To The Door’ here,


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