It's a blast against the mundanity of the everyday...

Liverpool group STONE are operating with a clear sense of purpose.

Rebelling against the mundanity of the everyday, they want to create a world of their own, a world that offers something different.

So far, they're succeeding. Each single seems to cause a ruckus, with STONE attracting fans across the North West and beyond.

New single 'Fuse' raises the bar still further, an explosive return that emphasises the band's raw punk leanings.

"Lyrically, ‘Fuse’ was written about being frustrated with our everyday reality," STONE comment. "The verses of the songs provide a contrast between the vernacular, everyday activities that would otherwise come off as benign i.e. buying a scratch-off and a pint of milk and Fin’s turbulent inner monologue, both of which exasperated by the transition from adolescence to manhood, the isolation of living alone and especially during the COVID era."

"The internal struggle between apathy (‘I don’t care’) and aspiration (‘long live the rebellion of punk rock’). The angst that builds from this isolated time all set to a fast paced, upbeat song that we hope ultimately lends a sense of optimism."

The band's close friend Dave Crane shot the full video, one that builds a world where frontman Fin can live out his lyrics.

STONE add: "It’s a pretty accurate representation of Fin and the bands surroundings and everyday live, hitting at the same vernacular vibe that the track holds..."

Tune in now.

Photo Credit: Lewis Evans

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