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Stand Atlantic Announce New Album, Pink Elephant

Listen to Stand Atlantic’s new single Jurassic Park, taken from their upcoming album Pink Elephant.

Having been rolling out several new singles over the past few months, Aussie pop-punks Stand Atlantic have now confirmed details of their upcoming second album, Pink Elephant.

To coincide with the news, the quartet have also dropped a brand-new single, Jurassic Park (great song name tbf), with an accompanying Lewis Cater-directed video in which vocalist Bonnie Fraser goes through quite the experience. On Instagram, she writes that, “This song is a lil homage to my mum, I’ll explain why another time but for now let’s rifffffffffffffufufuffuffffff”. So stay tuned for more on that…

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Jurassic Park follows recent tracks Hate Me (Sometimes), Shh!, Drink To Drown, Wavelength, with the band explaining of the latter: “We wanted to push the boundaries… The song itself is about pushing your own boundaries and trying to assimilate with someone. Sometimes communication is lost to a point where it feels like you are speaking different languages. Music is its own language and we wanted to challenge everything you thought you knew about Stand Atlantic. The entire record is no exception.”

Pink Elephant is due out on August 7 via Hopeless Records – pre-order it here.

Watch the video for Jurassic Park below:

The tracklist for Pink Elephant is as follows:

1. Like That
2. Shh!
3. Blurry
4. Jurassic Park
5. Eviligo
6. Wavelength
7. Drink To Drown
9. Silk & Satin
10. Soap
11. Hate Me (Sometimes)

Posted on June 25th 2020, 12:59pm
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