Shader‘s new single ‘Blackholes (The World Eats A Weak Man)’ is a new heavy guitar, electro direction for the four-piece indie-rockers based somewhere between Stoke and Manchester.
Frontman and songwriter Stu Whiston on the new single:
“Blackholes is a modern rock & roll explosive hymn for the lost & lonely, climbing out of the depths of solitude and fighting back against the world.”
If ever there was a song to encapsulate the last 18 months Blackholes could be a big contender. Typically in the threads of all Shader singles, they don’t revel in despair but inject a euphoria of hope and uplift to hold on to. Over the last year and a half the band have ticked off many achievements including single ‘Time Is Right’ peaking at number 2 in the Official UK Physical Singles Chart and their last single
‘Runaway’ peaking at number 4 in the UK Vinyl Chart and number 10 in the iTunes Alternative Chart.
Shader begin a 15 date headline UK tour in September seeing them play dates up and down the country until the end of this year.
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