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Stand Atlantic Want You To Get Ready For “Sex On The Beach”

Stand Atlantic have started to tease a new chapter in the form of their new track “Sex On The Beach“. It’s been quite a few months since we last heard new music from the band. That came via “kill[h]er” back in February, representing an even darker side of the band than we had seen before. It served as the follow-up for their full-length f.e.a.r, or Fuck Everything And Run. A record which also showed off the band in a completely different light. Since their inception, the band have never stood still and with one style, so the tracks they have left recently make an awful lot of sense. Opening up unknown doors, delivering vulnerable jabs at the heart and soul and creating fans everywhere they go, they continue to defy all expectations.

It feels as though “Sex On The Beach” is going to take things to a completely different level as well. That’s mainly based on what the band had to say about it. In their social media post announcing the track, which will be released on November 10, they stated “forget everything u knew bout stand atlantipanties”. Though this is presented in typical tongue-in-cheek style for Stand Atlantic, it does make you wonder. The band have pushed and pulled at what people should expect from there so many times. Just how far are they going this time? You can pre-save the track right here. What do you think it’s going to sound like?

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What Stand Atlantic have shown over the last few years is that they are unafraid to bare their souls in pursuit of their art. Whether that’s in the tenderness of “Toothpick” on 2018’s Skinny Dipping or the brutality of “nails from the back” on f.e.a.r, their style of vulnerability takes on many forms. So will “Sex On The Beach” continue that trend, or be something completely different?

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