Solence Shared Music Video For “Best For You” Taken From New Album “Hope Is A Cult”, Out Now Via Hopeless Records

Photo by Paul Harries

Solence fans, rejoice! Release day is upon us and the band has unleashed their new album ‘hope is a cult’ (via Hopeless Records).The album is Solence’s follow-up to their 2021 smash-hit LP ‘Deafening’. In celebration of the drop, Solence has shared the music video for their track “Best For You “.

Speaking on today’s news, the band commented: “This album is full of deeply personal and emotional songs to us as a band and individuals. Our intention is to share the HOPE that inspires us each and every day with the listeners whom we consider family. We are so excited about these tracks and the community we’re building together. So put on your headphones, raise the volume, and join the CULT!”

Leading up to today, Solence has released music videos and visualizers for tracks “Rain Down”“Demons”“Blood Sweat Tears”“nuBlood” featuring Bryan Kuznitz from Fame On Fire, and most recently, “Antidote”. Altogether, the visuals have clocked up over half a million views on YouTube with no signs of stopping. Stream ‘hope is a cult’HERE and watch the music video for “Best For You”HERE.

No matter where we come from, music draws us together and bonds us. For as much as SOLENCE sonically conjoin elements of metal, electronic, alternative, and pop, the Swedish group also appeal to an expansive swath of personalities with a universal message. Equally suitable for the mosh pit or Coachella, the band – Markus Videsäter [vocals], David “Viking” Vikingsson [drums], David Strääf [guitar], and Johan Swärd [keys] – rally around a familial energy meant to be shared as loudly as possible. After quietly generating north of 200 million streams and counting, they welcome everyone closer on their third full- length offering and Hopeless Records debut, “hope is a cult”, and more to come.

“We want to build up this family around positivity, hope, and the belief you can change things” notes Markus“We want you to forget everything that bothers you when you listen to this album. If we’re doing our job, audiences feel like they’re a part of it. When you go to a SOLENCE show, you have a good time, so hope is a cult for us”.





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