This Spring No Fun, Such Gold, Walk The Plank and Harker will be teaming up together for a split EP titled ‘The Great Thieves Escape II.’ Set for release through No Panic! Records and FLIX Records, today we you bring an exclusive first play of Harker’s contribution to the EP – ‘Sometimes Dead Is Better.’
Having made the jump from solo to full band project with last years ‘A Lifetime Apart’ EP, ‘Sometimes Dead Is Better’ keeps up the momentum with its flourishing punk rock delivery and repressed lyrical approach as vocalist Mark Boniface and guest collaborator Kelly Kemp state “I don’t want to be here any more.” However, as Mark explains, the track carries a positive message:
“A lot of what we do, and how we do it comes from attending shows from a young age, and finding so many like minded souls within such a small community. There’s a real change in attitude in punk rock at the moment, and sometimes we need to remind ourselves we all have something to say, and there is enough room for everyone to achieve on whatever level they wish to. Dream big, support those who do, and leave your animosity at the door.”
‘The Great Thieves Escape II’ by No Fun, Such Gold, Walk The Plank and Harker will be released in the Spring through No Panic! Records and FLIX Records.
You can pre-order ‘The Great Thieves Escape II’ here.
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