Trash Boat, fresh off recent North American and European touring alongside fellow St Albanians, Enter Shikari, today return with a brand new single, ‘Delusions of Grandeur’. The track is the first new music from the quintet since their critically acclaimed, ‘Don’t You Feel Amazing?’, album in 2021.
“Delusions of Grandeur”, “is about recognising that we are all so obsessed with the next achievement in life, that we forget that our brains are wired to only really NEED the essentials”. says Tobi Duncan. “Water, sleep and companionship. Our brains are biological organisms that are perfectly happy with simplicity. We’ve created this idea of success and it traps us into thinking we can’t be ‘happy’ until we have the next thing – a car, a house, money, selling out the next biggest venue, impressing someone more well connected, getting your foot in a bigger door. These are the delusions of grandeur we all share. The song is a reflection of this grind and a reminder to take stock of what you have and realise that it’s already enough, the rest is just a bonus”.
The band will be playing in Europe on all sold out shows next month supporting I Prevail – date below:
TRASH BOAT supporting I PREVAIL
March 7th @ X-Tra (Zurich, CH) – SOLD OUT
March 8th @ Turbinenhalle (Oberhausen, DE) – SOLD OUT
March 9th @ Taubchenthal (Leipzig, DE) – SOLD OUT
March 11th @ Palladium (Cologne, DE) – SOLD OUT
March 12th @ Melkweg (Amsterdam, NL) – SOLD OUT
March 14th @ Trix (Antwerp, BE) – SOLD OUT
March 15th @ 013 (Tilburg, DE) – SOLD OUT
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