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Tropic Gold Channel Glitchy Chaos With New Track “Maniac”

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Ahead of their new EP dropping tomorrow (October 6), Tropic Gold have shared one more delicious taster in the form of “Maniac“. It’s been quite a few months for the band. Their journey may have started in 2019, but it was in catching the attention of UNFD that things went into hyperspeed. Though they have been fully prepared for such a huge buzz in front of a global audience. They developing their intense blend of rock, pop, metal and electronica in a custom-built multi-media space. A place where production and music video development were also crafted by the band. Because of this, they are well-versed in how to be a world-beating band. And the result is their new record What A Wonderful Experience, a collection of forward-thinking and fierce rock belters.

However with “Maniac“, it feels like they have brought everything to a head. A song that encapsulates everything that Tropic Gold want to be and launches them into your face, it’s an intense and intoxicating listen. Swells of throbbing bass, angelic harmonies and gritty riffs meet at a crossroads of ferociousness and linger on your mind long after they have ended their assault on your senses. It’s a statement piece in the middle of several other statement pieces from the band. There is no reason that they cannot go right to the top. Keep your eyes open because you know they are going to be absolutely everywhere before you know it.

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The band had this to say about the track:

“The song lays out how people often think they’re going insane and that they’re not normal. There’s a constant struggle people live with, not knowing why they feel differently to others. Maniac talks about the attempt to find the alternate inner version of yourself that feels hopeless.”

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