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News |  21 Jun 2024 14:37 |  By RnMTeam


MUMBAI: Stand Atlantic are dancing their way over to the dark side with a mischievous new song "Criminal". The Australian rockers teamed up with metalcore outfit Polaris for the track, which will appear on Stand Atlantic’s forthcoming full-length record 'Was Here'. Other notable features on the record include PVRIS, Mexican alt-pop star Bruses, and platinum record hit-maker, Sueco. With a murderous album cover and an equally killer 15-song tracklist, Stand Atlantic is ready to bulldoze their way to the top. Listen to the new single HERE and pre-order the new record from Stand Atlantic HERE.

Stand Atlantic’s Bonnie Fraser shares of their new track, “'CRIMINAL' is a small insight into how it can feel to be in this industry. it sometimes feels like you gotta keep your life a certain level of fucked up so you can make art that comes from a real place. i found myself wanting to invite the pain in and sometimes go looking for it.. just to create some cool shit that gets sold by people who at times may not give a damn about how u got there.”

On working with Polaris, Fraser shares, “it felt so right to have Polaris on this track. Dan and i personally bonded over this exact topic on a night out. after the song was already written so it felt like fate. we have wanted to work together for so long so having another Australian artist we absolutely love was a pure blessing and created a perfect storm.”

Stand Atlantic doesn't care about your expectations or your narrative. They don’t want to tell a story. In fact, they didn’t want this bio to exist. The band released their third studio album 'f.e.a.r.' (f*ck everything and run) via Hopeless Records. After racking up more than 80 million combined streams from singles like “hair out", “deathwish” (ft. nothing, nowhere), “pity party” (ft. Royal & the Serpent), and “switchblade”, they’ve continued their explosive success with the release of their full-length project. With the album, fans were treated to an all-new collab titled “dumb” featuring Tom The Mail Man. The band has seen endless praise from outlets like AltPress, Rock Sound, Kerrang! and more, and aren’t slowing their momentum anytime soon.