Max Raptor have announced their new single ‘Big Divide’ to be released 6th May, taken from their forthcoming album. The single is available now as an instant grat, and all streaming platforms.
“Big Divide is a song about the people that really matter in our lives and not the ones we
are supposed to follow or aspire to be…it also ventures into the argument of morality. It captures the current refugee crisis and the arguments that surround it. The song represents the inner conflict in times of crisis… Whether to do the right thing or to take the easy path…”
Max Raptor will be heading out on tour this April in support of their self-titled album out 22nd April on Hassle records. Pre-order the record HERE
The tour sees them take in nine dates across the UK with support from Fizzy Blood and The St Pierre Snake Invasion.
MAX RAPTOR HEADLINE TOUR
20th April The Star Guildford
21st April Hope Brighton
22nd April Cricketers Kingston
23rd April Two Pigs Cheltenham
24th April The Scene Club 2 Swansea
25th April Marrs Bar Worcester
27th April Nice N Sleazy Glasgow
28th April Mad Hatters Inverness
29th April Live Rooms Chester
7-9th July- 2000 Trees Festival
19th-20th August- Hevy Festival
The band, who are one of the most vital British rock bands combining rock n’ roll and a partisan punk attitude, recorded with Jag Jago (ex Ghost Of A Thousand), who’s also worked with Mastodon & The Maccabees at Brighton Electric Studios (The Cure, Foals). It will be Available on CD / Limited 12″ Coloured Vinyl / Digital Download.