Posts tagged as "the-riot"

THE RIOT Releases New Single & Video ‘PISSED’, Announces ‘PISSED Tour’ 🌮

October 28, 2021

THE RIOT are ready to air some grievances as they drop their latest single ‘PISSED’ along with its suitably seething video. The Gold Coast three-piece have released the song from the road today as they join WAAX on a whirlwind weekend tour of Queensland. The band has also announced a run of shows in support of the new single.  A […]

THE RIOT Return With Their Strongest Statement Yet with ‘See It Believe It’

April 1, 2021

Three-piece THE RIOT returns today with their strongest statement yet, a song that speaks to the trio’s vision and ability to find unity in a time of chaos. Opening with an almost Moses Sumney-like choral part before ducking and weaving through rap and hardcore, â€˜See it Believe it’ is an anthem for those who have never had one written […]

THE RIOT share new video for ‘Same Blunt’

October 30, 2020

“..the band have arrived to fill a radical void in the industry.” – Sniffers “left us all wondering where the bloody hell they’ve been hiding all this time.”- Blunt  Magazine “genre-bending” – NME “both captivating and packing an emotional punch” – LWA “it goes hard” – Music Feeds “they push the limits like no-one else” – Pilerats THE RIOT’s new video for single ‘Same […]

THE RIOT Unleash New Single ‘Same Blunt’

October 9, 2020

Following the release of their debut single ‘Dog in the Shade’, three-piece THE RIOT have returned with the lacerating ‘Same Blunt’, a pummeling polemic about the perils of groupthink and the way immoral institutions can disempower individual thinking. A testament to the band’s genre elasticity, â€˜Same Blunt’ begins with a thrashing guitar riff before descending in an indelible mix of buoyant […]

Take A Look At THE RIOT’s First Single & Video For ‘Dog In The Shade’

August 12, 2020

‘Dog In The Shade’, THE RIOT’s incendiary first single, is a testament to the three-piece’s radical and unbound vision. The song is about disenfranchisement and depression, and how to weaponise feelings of sadness and rage to fight to the powers that be. The song is inspired by being a part of a generation who are constantly told to suppress their […]