Oxfordshire hardcore trio MSRY have revealed the video for the first single and title-track for their upcoming EP “Safety First”, which is set for release on 6th July 2018.
Check out the video for “Safety First” here: https://youtu.be/OQRHIv0N2PU
The band comment: “Safety First is about being told that no matter how much you love something or how much it means to you that it’ll all be for nothing in the end. It’s the foreboding sound of hearing people dismiss you for wanting to be more than you actually are and facing the face of failure with a smug grin, knowing you’ll come out better in the end despite what anyone thinks. This is Safety First.”
Check out the artwork and track-listing for the follow-up to last year’s debut self-titled EP below:
“Safety First” track listing:
2. Broken Teeth (ft. Thomas Smith of LIFETIGHT)
4. Safety First
5. Trump Card
MSRY will be touring extensively across the UK this Summer, including a co-headline tour with UK hardcore act MTXS and an appearance at Oxford’s Common People Festival.
MSRY Live 2018
05.05 Ashford, The Junction (supporting Confessions of a Traitor)
06.05 London, 229 The Venue (supporting Confessions of a Traitor)
26.05 Oxford, Common People Festival
01.06 O2 Academy, Oxford (supporting Carcer City)
July (co-headline tour with MTXS)
02.07 – Aatma, Manchester
03.07 – Little Buildings, Newcastle
04.07 – Broadcast, Glasgow
05.07 – The Mulberry Tavern, Sheffield
06.07 – B2, Norwich
07.07 – The Cobblestones, Bridgewater
08.07 – 229 The Venue, London
09.07 – Sticky Mikes Frog Bar, Brighton
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Hailing from Oxford, the city of dreaming spires, usually reserved for academics and purveyors of knowledge, MSRY plays exactly as the name suggests: misery infused hardcore.
Comprised of 3 people who have a reckless abandon for their own well-being on stage and a need to rage harder and faster than anyone else, MSRY are quickly earning a reputation for their incendiary live shows. Having already bagged support slots with Employed To Serve, Press to MECO and Carcer City since their inception in late 2016, MSRY are poised in 2018 to become one of the most exciting bands to emerge from the UK’s underground hardcore scene.
Kial Churcher – Vocals
Keir French – Drums
Charlie Bishop – Guitar