Liverpool brothers James and Dean Carne form punk duo Generation and release brand-new track ‘Suicidal Champagne’
The talented Carne brothers are both singers, songwriters and multi-instrumentalists and are a must-see live act as they have gained a word of mouth reputation for their energetic shows.
The ferocious punk track starts out with an infectiously dirty guitar riff before the vocals and drums kick in. Sonically it’s naughty and loud; all frenetic drums, fuzzy guitars and fearless vocals. The duo holds nothing back- no half measures!
Lyrically the track is about the beauty and consequences of underage drinking. It portrays that feeling of teenage rebelliousness that is all too relatable as they sing about “no money” and “fake IDs”. The track is a beautifully chaotic piece of punk with an equally chaotic video to
‘Suicidal Champagne’ is the title track taken from the duo’s upcoming mini album and is their first release as Generation, who formed in their teenage years but delayed recording until they felt they met their own high standards- and they are worth the wait!
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