The London-based duo have released their latest effort MOLOTOV SMILE.
The new track got its premier on BBC Radio 1’s Rock Show, hosted by DANIEL P CARTER, last night (14th February).
In a series of tweets, the duo explained the meaning behind MOLOTOV SMILE:
“CHEMICAL, EASE ME.
MOLOTOV SMILE IS ABOUT OUR BIOLOGICAL PUNISHERS AND SEROTONIN SAINTS. EVERYTHING WE STRIVE FOR AND EVERYTHING WE ARE RUNNING FROM COMES DOWN TO WANTING OR FEARING CERTAIN CHEMICALS….
…LOOKING AT LIFE THIS WAY CAN BE HARD, BUT IT’S DEFINITELY SOMETHING WORTH TRYING. IT’S ABOUT KNOWING WHAT YOU WANT AND HOW YOU WANT TO FEEL. HAPPY, SAD, HORNY, ELECTRIC, IF YOU JUST WANT TO FUCKING BURN EVERYTHING, IT ALL COMES DOWN TO THAT…
NEVER SELL YOURSELF SHORT EMOTIONALLY.
YOU DESERVE TO FEEL WHATEVER YOU FEEL. NEVER APOLOGISE FOR THAT.