The band define Manufactured as their “call to arms track”. It’s a fast paced, guitar driven thriller that always gets the crowd moving during a live set. Guided by passionate vocals and an abundance of all things heavy, the track is designed to increase adrenaline, making it instantly addictive. The single is a rollercoaster ride of emotion, sounding akin to the likes of Silverstein and Rise Against’s ability to create unapologetic, anthemic rock.
Steal The City describe the track as a “fuck you song to the people who try and manipulate or convince you to do what everyone else is doing. Its about saying no to following a basic path or being ‘Manufactured’ into something you don’t want to be. Every so often we come across someone who tells us we can’t do something because it won’t pay very well or you should just settle down, go to college, get a degree and work yourself through life.”
The band have already received praise from the likes of The Vinyl District, Dead Press and IDIOTEQ and have spent the last few years building a reputation for their ferocious live sets. With memorable performances at Tramlines Festival and O2 Academy Sheffield already under their belt, the quartet are ready to unleash their riotous sound on the rest of the UK and beyond.
Steal The City‘s Manufactured is out now via Redemption / Dharma Records and available to buy on iTunesand stream on Spotify.