No Mono strip things back on their second single, Violence Broken
They’ve also added a second Melbourne show to their debut 2018 tour.
No Mono and Mondays appear to go hand-in-hand, with the duo (which consists of Pieater masterminds Tom Snowden and Tom Iansek) today sharing the second taste of their exciting electronic project. We gushed about their debut, Butterflies, two months ago and with the year coming to an end, Snowden and Iansek have given us another taste before they head out on tour early next year in a breathtaking new track titled Violence Broken. Behind dreamy synths that swirl, Snowden once again hooks you in with an irresistibly stunning vocal display. With an alluring guitar adding another layer of mood, Violence Broken builds towards heights that show beauty in all its intensity.
On Violence Broken, Iansek explains: "Tom (Snowdon) opened his lyric book to begin writing and the first page he opened to had the words Violence Broken written in the middle of the page. We smiled at each other, it encapsulated the idea so well, and the words flowed easily from here. So the song is about living violently, or against your own nature, and the tumultuous process of moving through this to a place where there is no fear, to live more in line with your truer self. It is grabbing the steering wheel of your life for the first time and realising you have no idea how to drive!”
Following the announcement earlier this month that we won’t have to wait too long to see this incredible project live, today's new single is also accompanied by some more exciting tour-related news. If you missed out on tickets to their sold-out Melbourne show, you’re in luck as No Mono have today announced a second Melbourne date. With excitement and anticipation running rife, All dates are due to sell out fairly soon, so you best be quick and snap up your tickets. For more information on tickets and dates, head on over here.
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