Alt-rock act Particles release new video for “Cheers To Revenge”


After the success of “Judas Kisses,“Pleasure” and “Still Ill”alt-rock act Particles is back with “Cheers To Revenge”, new single produced by Federico Ascari in partnership with Superbia Music

“’Cheers to revenge’ represents the thirst for revenge of the outsiders that usually stifled their voice. Whether it is discrimination, social judgment, abuse, disappointment in love, mental or physical health, everyone fights a personal battle every day against the superficiality of a social context that is not inclusive and often rejects us. The song declares revenge against this type of discomfort by proposing as a response the self-awareness and love for our uniqueness, even if it does not meet the standards of perfection that are regularly served up. We strongly wanted a more violent sound in line with the harshness of the rap lyrics. The references are easy to recognize: Bring me the horizon, Fever333 and Pvris have always been a strong influence on our works. In addition, the song gives a little teste of the album that we recorded before the pandemic in collaboration with Federico Ascari, and which will finally be released in the spring. Without spoiling too much, we can anticipate that it will be characterized by a strong dualism, both in terms of styles and intentions. Heavy songs will be counterbalanced by softer and more experimental ones, but in extreme harmony with each other. We started writing the pieces with very precise ideas and references and our producer perfectly understood how to shape them. We had fun mixing contaminations without hesitation, in line with what is happening in today’s music world that no longer knows style barriers or defined labels. The fluidity of genre represents the spirit of this album at its best, and we can’t wait to announce it”.

Stream ‘Cheers to Revenge’ on Spotify here.


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