False Heads go down the ‘Rabbit Hole’ on new riff-packed single


London’s fast rising trio False Heads are kicking off their biggest year to date with a monster of a track in second single ‘Rabbit Hole’ out now via Lovers Music.

The release comes after introducing their debut album Stop Dreaming, due out on March 3, with first single ‘Fall Around’ in October 2019.

Building up an explosive reputation over the last 3-4 years, False Heads’ aggressive sound hasn’t gone unnoticed, picking up support from some of the industry’s biggest names and resulting in tours across the globe.

Listen to ‘Rabbit Hole’ by False Heads on the Official Fantasy Premier League playlist on Spotify.

After easing their way into their album campaign with the infectious indie-infused ‘Fall Around’, they’re taking things up a notch and showcasing the diversity of their craftmanship and writing abilities with their latest song.

‘Rabbit Hole’ is one of their most gnarly sounding releases, with big-room guitar work, direct real-talk lyrics and chunky, headbang-worthy riffs. Exercising their signature sound of going in at full pelt one minute, then melting down to addictive hooks and harmonies-galore the next, ‘Rabbit Hole’ is everything the band represent both musically and lyrically, overlapping the boundaries of rock and metal.

On creating the track singer and guitarist Luke Griffiths added, “We all played an important role in writing this, we all came up with individual pieces and then wanted it to be the heaviest song we could write in standard tuning but with a poppy, weird placebo chorus.

“Lyrically it’s about my absolute distain for social media politics and at times the human race. We almost enjoy living down the rabbit hole and living in our own echo chambers just so we can tribal and spiteful to each other.”

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