STONE have shared new single ‘Money (Hope Ain’t Gone)’.
The Liverpool risers are tipped to breakout, and their new EP ‘Punkadonk’ will land next month. The four-piece spent summer blitzing festivals across the land, sharpening their live prowess to a laser-sharp degree.
New single ‘Money (Hope Ain’t Gone)’ feels like a key moment for the group, a punchy return shot through with emotion. Built by lead guitarist Elliot Gill and frontperson Fin Power, it finds STONE batting the anxieties that plague our everyday existence, while also managing to find a way through.
A bold, unrelenting return, ‘Money (Hope Ain’t Gone)’ still yearns for the future. STONE comment…
“’Money’ is a very special song for the band, as it’s the first track where the lyrics were co-written between Fin and Elliot. The song shares both of their emotions and perspectives on the world today and the anxieties we face.”
“The song is a statement of emotion about the state of this planet and how it feels growing up into adulthood in the current climate. Fin and Elliot come from very different lives and the mix of their lyrics makes the song the force it is. We want the song to showcase love, hate and hope for the future…”
Tune in now.
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