Hardcore Band Radigals Announce New EP, Artwork and Release Show [Singapore]

Singapore hardcore band Radigals have been consistently putting out music since their inception! They’ve just announced that their brand new self-titled EP will have 7 badass tracks on it. The EP will be released digitally February 27th, and on cassette by the legends Dangerous Goods on March 1 to coincide with their EP release show. The lineup for the show is STACKED…check out the flyer and some of the opening bands in the links below.

Track listing for the EP is as follows:

1. TERRY CREWS
2. GIRLS
3. TRAPPED
4. PROBLEM
5. WHATS WORTH
6. TEMPORARY PAIN
7. US

The band has already thrown up a little teaser for the final track on the EP entitled Us. And yes, that is the awesome artwork for the EP!

Hey, heres a cute lil teaser of our upcoming EP! ENJOY!! 🤸‍♀️

Radigals 发布于 2019年2月1日周五

There’s a track called Trapped which holds special significance to the band members because of the specific subject matter – sexual abuse. The band received the track’s lyrics from a male friend of there’s who was dealing with his reaction to a close friend telling him about her abuse. He in turn found a way to handle these emotions by putting pen to paper. The lyrics were then given to Radigals which they used for Trapped. Can’t WAIT to hear this track and check out those lyrics!

Besides the EP coming out on cassette, xNeverSayDiex is releasing a limited edition shirt as well. To grab a shirt hit up xNeverSayDiex here: https://www.facebook.com/xneversaydiex

Lastly, of course – here’s the all important record release show deets you need to mark down NOW.

March 1, 2019
Venue: L.A
Time: 6:30pm
Check out the openers further below…bands are coming in from Malaysia and Indonesia as well to open this! MADNESS.

https://www.facebook.com/Radigalshc/

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