Sheffield’s RALE present their brand-new single ‘Party Music’, a post punk pop song that on the surface sounds simplistic, yet lyrically it deals with political figures exploiting fear and prejudice arising from inequality and segregation in society. Having received its first play by Huw Stephens on Radio 1 last week, ‘Party Music’ looks set to put RALE firmly on the map.
The video was filmed at a karaoke night in Walthamstow and features some rather interesting E17 locals. Check it out BELOW:
Last weekend the band appeared at Reading & Leeds Festivals as part of this year’s BBC Introducing line-up. Chosen from a long list of thousands, RALE were part of the final list of 27 acts that appeared over the bank holiday weekend. Their set was filmed by the BBC – a storming live version of ‘Party Music’ can be viewed here:
Formed just over two years ago, RALE’s debut single ‘Sprinkle With Rust’ was released in December 2016 – receiving plays on BBC 6 Music and Radio 2. They followed this with ‘Glisten’ in May, and last month released ‘Demento’. An EP is due for release this October.
The band were recently asked to record a session for BBC Introducing, Their live performance of new single ‘Party Music’ has already been viewed over 70 thousand times.
Catch RALE live in London:
7th September – This Feeling, The Monarch – Camden
25th October – Electric Ballroom (*Supporting Reverend And The Makers)
RALE are: Tom O’Hara (singer), Dino Sofos (guitar), Tony Halliday (drums) and Sena Verdi (guitar and synths).