Australian four-piece, Stand Atlantic, have shared a new song and video for ‘Hate Me (Sometimes)”.
Speaking about the meaning behind the song, lead singer Bonnie Fraser shared: “Hate Me (Sometimes)” is about finding it hard to break through your own barriers. It’s about the frustration that comes from being your own worst enemy, but at the same time trying to celebrate it because it makes you who you are”.
Stand Atlantic will be performing in Europe with The Maine in February 2020. Check the dates below:
5th February @ Kavka (Antwerp, BE)
6th February @ Live Music Hall (Koln, DE)
7th February @ Patronaat (Haarlem, NL)
8th February @ Uebel & Gefahrlich (Hamburg, DE)
9th February @ SO 36 (Berlin, DE)
11th February @ Futurum Music Bar (Praha, CZ)
12th February @ Flex (Vienna, AT)
13th February @ Strom (Munich, DE)
14th February @ Arci Ohibo (Milan, IT)
15th February @ Komplex 457 (Zurich, CH)
18th February @ Sala Independance (Madrid, ES)
19th February @ Sala Boveda (Barcelona, ES)
21st February @ Trabendo (Paris, FR)
Stand Atlantic, made up of Bonnie Fraser (vocals/guitar), David Potter (guitar), Jonno Panichi (drums), and Miki Rich (bass), launched into the international eye following last year’s breakout album, ‘Skinny Dipping’. The group’s blend of hard-charged rock and soaring pop melodies has earned them spots on international tours (playing over 150 shows in the past 12 months), They were nominated for “Best International Break-through Band” at the 2018 Heavy Music Awards and in Kerrang’s ‘Hottest Bands of 2018’.
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