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Shell Beach Drop Video For “Feeble Glory”

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Hungarian experimental quintet Shell Beach have unveiled a video for their new single ‘Feeble Glory’, taken from their upcoming album Solar Flare, out 17th February 2023 via Wild Thing Records. 

On the new single, vocalist Zoltán Bodóczy comments:“In this light song, the will to start over has been born. Before that process can begin you have to get rid of the old things in order to make room for new ones. The lack of old things, the longing for the lost glory is so strong that it completely paralyses you; until you get rid of it, you have no chance.”

On new album Solar Flare, he adds: “The album lyrics basically deal with a difficult period in my life and I practically processed my confusion in them. Everything’s here: breakup, depression, starting again, failure, standing up, new love, unfinished business. From this cavalcade, I was able to highlight some ideas and these served as the basis of the lyrics. We tried to arrange the order of the tracks in such a way that a process emerges from the album as a whole. “

Shell Beach have been announced for UK Tech-Fest taking place 29th June – 2nd July 2023, with many more dates to be announced.

Shell Beach are no strangers to the European touring circuit with six European tours under their belts as well as appearances at several major European festivals. The band have toured Europe supporting Enter Shikari and a handful of their own headline tours. Shell Beach have also graced the festival stages of Groezrock Festival (BE), Sziget Festival (HU), Rock For People Festival (CZ), Electric Castle (RO), Volt  Festival (HU), and many others. Touring helped mature the band’s sound and helped Shell Beach get further established as the most prominent band of the Hungarian rock music scene, leaving the band’s fanbase eagerly awaiting their forthcoming record.


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