Watch the new TwoThirtyTwo video for ‘Stray’

By Ben Tipple

“Blindly trudging through political spheres, rhetoric and reprehensible visual savagery. We are condemned. Nothing is re-creatable. Everything is a copy. The man behind the mask has no eyes for our distrust, no voice for our alarm.”

Aldershot alt-rockers TwoThirtyTwo offer a bleak insight into new track, ‘Stray’. The song is the first to be taken from their forthcoming debut album, entitled ‘Revisionist History’. Both continue their politically charged messages which formed the foundations of last year’s ‘The Hope We Had’ EP, and ‘We Let Them Drown, Women and Children First’ single.

To celebrate the release of ‘Stray’, and the announcement of the forthcoming album, TwoThirtyTwo have unveiled the video for the lead track, shot at the Room Recording Studio in Farnborough.

‘Stray’ is available to download for free via BandCamp and Rose Coloured Records. TwoThirtyTwo will be playing a release show on the 15th April at The Boileroom in Guildford.