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Stand Atlantic Release New Single Shh!

Listen to Stand Atlantic’s new track Shh!

Aussie pop-punks Stand Atlantic have dropped new single Shh!, which you can listen to below.

It’s the band’s first new material of 2020 and follows last year’s standalone single Hate Me (Sometimes).

“Nowadays it is easy to feel manipulated by other people’s opinions, and speak words that aren’t our own,” says vocalist Bonnie Fraser about the track. “Shh! is about coming to the realisation that it’s time for others to stop telling us what to think and start listening to ourselves.

Don’t let anyone speak their thoughts into your throats. Speak from your heart, and people will listen.”

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The single comes as the band are in the midst of a European tour with The Maine.

Stand Atlantic are currently touring the UK and Europe with The Maine – get your tickets now.

Stand Atlantic UK/European tour 2020


13 Munich Strom, Germany
14 Milan Ohibò, Italy
15 Zurich Komplex Klub, Switzerland
18 Madrid Independance, Spain
19 Barcelona Sala Boveda, Spain
21 Paris LE TRABENDO, France
22 Birmingham O2 Institute, UK
23 Norwich Waterfront, UK
25 Leeds, Stylus, UK
26 Glasgow SWG3, UK
27 Manchester O2 Ritz Manchester, UK
28 Bristol SWX, UK
29 London O2 Forum Kentish Town, UK


02 - Dublin The Green Room Bar, Ireland
03 - Belfast Oh Yeah Music Centre, UK

Posted on February 14th 2020, 11:53am
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