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Drug Church Call Out “Sanctimonious Behaviour” On Unlicensed Hall Monitor

Ever get sick of unsolicited advice from strangers on the internet? This is your song.

New York punk five-piece Drug Church has released a video for Unlicensed Hall Monitor.

The latest song to be released from their forthcoming album “laments the bad faith arguing and sanctimonious behaviour that often thrives on social media.”

People are playing a gotcha game with other people’s thoughts,” frontman Patrick Kindlon tells Kerrang!. “There was [a period of time] where nothing anyone could say would be taken in good faith; nobody could say something that was ever fully the right thing. That’s the sort of shit that makes me vomit.”

Watch the video below.

Cheer will be released on November 2 via Pure Noise Records. Pick up next week’s issue for an extended interview with Patrick Kindlon.

Posted on October 18th 2018, 5:00pm
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