Luna Rosa, prepare to release their single ‘Fear, Filth, Dirt & Death’. With proceeds helping the Grenfell Tower Disaster.
Luna Rosa are preparing for their latest single to be offloaded to the world and plan to help a great cause in doing so. Their single ‘Fear, Filth, Dirt & Death’ is out later this July, while all proceeds from the record will go to help those affected by the Grenfell Tower Disaster.
The Northampton band’s latest offering is a rip-roaring affair, with rolling drums opening the track with an immediate intensity. Once the guitars kick in, it riles up further. Before progressing with a further push to liven up and get more aggressive with heavy riffs and pounding drums.
After the long intro, it subdues briefly and kicks off once again. While singing about looking out for number one and getting through the rough times, the levels are a bit sloppy, making it difficult at times to hear frontman, Rory McDade. Although the drawn out hooks make for an almost hypnotic sound as his voice echos over it.
The thrilling melody throughout demands your attention and when you hear it live, it’s definitely going to do nothing other than make you bounce around to it. It comes to an abrupt end but leaves the adrenaline levels high.
All proceeds will help those that were affected by the fire that took the Grenfell Tower in London last year. They’ll be donating the money from their merchandise sales on their upcoming tour to the cause as well.
In the band’s own words; “We are under no illusion that we can give these people what they need or deserve, but we feel the need to make the gesture and let them know that we stand with them.”
Their nearest gig to Merseyside is on July 28th in Wrexham. The band will be headlining the final day of Undegun’s fifth birthday celebrations.
’Fear, Filth, Dirt & Death’, the latest single by Luna Rosa is due out on July 18th.