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Electric Enemy drops new single and music video ‘Burn’

The new single was made at Otterhead Studios and recorded by two time Grammy award winning producer Adrian Bushby

There are many places around the world where "it" burns, currently more than ever it seems. And wherever fire blazes in the real or figurative sense, different interests and points of view collide, sometimes bloodily and mercilessly. Which is the consuming fire that takes our breath and our future? Which is the rebellious, purifying fire that fights against oppression and grievances? It's not always easy to tell, but if in the end everything really does go up in flames because the powerful who could have actually done something didn't, then "the sky will burn in your name," as Electric Enemy invoke in their lyrics.

The band commented on the message in the new single and its creation:

“’Burn’ represents the rage we feel towards the destructive people in power. The song kicks off with ‘an angry mob’ yelling at our leaders from outside, telling them to really see the anguish they are causing. Put simply, Burn is an expression of the reaction to the injustices that occur on a daily basis.

We wanted to create a heavy song that reflects how we feel about the current state of the country we live in and the planet we live on and eventually came up with the second riff you hear after the chorus, which incorporates those elements of rage and frustration quite well.

Burn’ is a song that says ‘alright, we’ve had enough now’ but still retains its true Electric Enemy style. Burn it to the ground… start anew.”

The new single ‘Burn’ was made at Otterhead Studios and recorded by two time Grammy award winning producer Adrian Bushby. 

Electric Enemy appeal to everyone from the Gen-Z who has begun to search for her way in life to the long-time Brit-rock fan who has heard almost everything before; those who demand from artists not only quality and authenticity, but songs that can soundtrack their lives.

Sitting somewhere between the classic rock of the Foo Fighters with a touch of Oasis, and newer acts like Des Rocs, Muse and Royal Blood, Electric Enemy are setting out to make rock music with a mission. Combining introspective lyrics with compelling melodies and dynamic musicianship, the band has cracked a formula that has made them a need to know act in the UK and beyond. Singles ‘Voices’ (2021) and ‘Heartache Melody’ (2020) have already given the band a taste of streaming success and BBC Radio 1 host Jack Saunders noted, “There’s something in the water here.”


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