Radicals new song Maybe


Radicals new song Maybe

Embrace the fervour and prepare for an auditory feast as RADICALS, in a stunningly brief span of three
years, have taken the music scene by storm! With hundreds of electrifying performances under their
belt, over half a million streams, numerous sold-out shows, and appearances across the nation and
overseas, the band has unquestionably made their mark. Their rapid ascent into the stratosphere of
Australian music, sharing stages with some of the industry's titans, echoes the seismic impact of their
sonic voyage.
 


Drawing immediate comparisons to the raw dynamism of early Nirvana and the sonic prowess of
Queens of the Stone Age, RADICALS swiftly etched their name into the bedrock of Sydney's music
scene, becoming one of its most distinguished acts within months of their inception. Their trademark
sound, a potent cocktail of hard-hitting riffs and infectious choruses, leaves listeners spellbound, while
their audacious, unapologetic persona and a knack for making each performance more thrilling than
the last have further solidified their status as a formidable power across the country.
 

Unleashing a compelling narrative of illicit love in the 21st century, RADICALS' explosive new single
Maybe brandishes their unique post-punk power pop style and is poised to bolster their burgeoning
reputation.


And this is just the beginning. A fresh arsenal of tracks, poised for release in the forthcoming months,
promises to usher in an era dominated by the RADICALS. Their meteoric rise suggests only one thing
- 2023 is slated to be the year of the RADICALS. Brace yourself for an extraordinary musical revolution!


Maybe is at radio today and available to download now

Interview with Radicals

 

How would you describe your music?

A cauldron of sugar, spice, rock, grunge, punk, drunk and good times.

 

Can you tell us about your new album? What was the inspiration?

Our debut album is 10 new tracks, spanning various genres, with 7 single releasing monthly through May-November and the remaining 3 tracks dropping in December.

 

What are your musical influences?

Queens of the Stone Age, Highly Suspect, The Vines, The White Stripes and basically any grunge acts from the 90's.

 

Do you prefer performing live or recording?

Performing live, no questions asked!! Nothing beats that high. Recording is fun because you're making new music and its all exciting but theres nothing better than playing live.

 

What should we expect from your upcoming tour?

We haven't even announced the dates yet but these nest run of shows will easily be our wildest yet. We cant give away much but trust us, you wont want to miss them.

 

What is the story behind the band name?

We wanted a one word band name because they're cool and easier on the eyes. We saw the word 'Radical' somewhere and thought "lets chuck and S on that and were sorted". It was only a couple of months ago that we realised that Radicals are a molecule that contains at least one unpaired electron. So that's something?

 

How did the band come together?

Primary school music class (Myles + Brandon), high school music class (Nick + Brandon) and playing in local bands around the Shire (Lachy + the rest of the band).

 

What motivates you most when writing music?

Creating something that you enjoy is an incredible feeling, but creating something that other people enjoy is otherworldly. We say it all the time but its true, if even one person enjoys our music, we'll keep writing songs. The people that listen are what motivate us.

 

Which music/artists are you currently listening to?

Brandon - Eslabon Armado

Lachy - Dokken

Myles - Travis Scott

Nick - Daily J

 

What or who was your inspiration to go into the music industry?

Other Aussie bands and musicians making Australian rock music a force to be reckoned with!

 

If you could collaborate with another artist, who would it be?

We used to give the cliché answers of Foo Fighters, QOTSA, Limp Bizkit, etc. but honestly we've been playing shows and sharing the stage with some bands around NSW who have turned into our best mates. Bands like Deadshowws, Soda Simulator, Major Arcana and Tyrants. We're living the dream playing with these guys!

 

What is the biggest challenge you have faced in the music industry?

Asshole sound guys. Where do they get off?

 

What's next, for you?

Who knows. We'll keep writing music and playing shows wherever we can. Hopefully people still enjoy the music and like seeing us play!

 

Can you share your socials? (links please)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/radicalssuck

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/radicalssssss/

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwqWSyBrpUSp-DBMaMQvbdw

TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@radicals.suck

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