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Premiere: Queen Zee’s Goth-Meets-Punk Rager

Their new single has been doing the rounds on Radio 1, and now their gripping video is here

After premiering the track with Huw Stephens on Radio 1, Liverpool DIY punks Queen Zee have revealed the video to Idle Crown exclusively with Kerrang!. The track is out now through their own label, Sasstone Records.

Watch the premiere below:

We’re digging the Marilyn Manson influences that are peppered in this goth-meets-indie punk rager. 

Talking about the track, vocalist Queen Zee said: “Idle Crown is essentially a narrative between two characters trapped in a toxic relationship. It’s something everyone can relate too, but what I wanted to do was question heteronormativity using a familiar setting. A theme throughout the album as a whole is society’s wish for LGBTQ+ people to conform to a standard, regardless of the happiness or health of them. Within ‘Idle Crown’, I used two LGBTQ+ characters trapped in a heteronormative relationship to express the pain of being unable to live as your true self.”

They’ll be going on the road with Marmozets in the new year, catch them at the following:


2: Cardiff The Tramshed
3: Southampton Engine Rooms
4: Brighton Concorde 2
6: Cambridge Junction
7: London Student Central
8: Nottingham Rescue Rooms
9: Newcastle Riverside
11: Sheffield The Leadmill
12: Edinburgh The Liquid Room 

Posted on December 8th 2017, 12:13pm
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