Highly-rated French melodic hardcore quartet, The Amsterdam Red Light District (TARLD) have revealed their new single, ‘Good Intentions’.
The single features Drew York, vocalist of legendary hardcore punks Stray From The Path, and can be viewed here:
A searing indictment of self-determination, ‘Good Intentions’ asks the question:
“you can sit down or stand back up/and ask yourself, would I be the same?/Or am I gonna be the one who will change?”
A bastion of righteous anger in their home country, TARLD are widely-regarded following the release of the debut Gone For a While and their second LP Sapere Aude. Hailing from Lyon, the band are first and foremost a live band; a frenzied tour-de-force of melodic energy. Influenced by bands such as Refused, Fever 333, Raised Fist and their collaborators in Stray From The Path, TARLD have shared the stage with many big names in the punk scene, touring Europe and Japan and performing at Hellfest, Jera on Air, Resurrection Festival, Groezrock and many more.
Primarily inspired by Enlightenment values, TARLD‘s music advocates liberty, progress, tolerance and fraternity.
Elio Sxone – Vocals
Maxime Comby – Guitars
Gregory Clert – Bass
Julien Chanel – Drums
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