Premiere: Listen to a Sail On! Sail On!'s pointed new single, No Thieves

Premiere: Listen to a Sail On! Sail On!'s pointed new single, No Thieves

A rousing piece of post-hardcore from the Perth lords.

No Thieves: a song for all of the cynics, non-believers and bullshit haters out there, and if you're none of those things - just appreciate a rock solid piece of melodic post-hardcore from this super talented Perth quartet. Sail On! Sail On!'s new single, which we are beyond stoked to let people hear first, is an angry call out against: "crystal healing, tarot card reading and woo loving motherfuckers." One look at the lyrics for No Thieves will tell you that Sail On! Sail On! are a band who like to call things as they see them, and at the moment they clearly see a whole lotta bullshit: "Where a drop of sarcasm, diluted a thousand fold/Becomes a river spewing out a facetious sea." Fidgety guitar licks backed by a thumping bass line and driving drum beat partner frontman Skinny O'Leary's powerful yells on No Thieves, letting the pointed lyrics take full affect. 

The video for No Thieves is made up of footage from Sail On! Sail On!'s recent national tour with their mates Purity; it features plenty of rad show moments, road signs and even a token shoey. These felals have been doing their thing around Perth for a few years now, and if you've ever caught them live you'll know that the energy that you can feel through their recordings is no production fluke; these guys are a raging, writhing cyclone of emotional intensity. You can catch the lads launching No Thieves at Jimmy's Den on Friday, November 4 alongside fellow Perth heavyweights Spilt Cities and Odlaw, click HERE to go to the event.

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