Leeds based Melodic Punks, The Human Project have shared their new video, “The Beautiful Shame” ahead of tour dates with Punk Rock Giants, Atlas Losing Grip and H20
‘The Beautiful Shame’ is the new video from Leeds based melodic punks, The Human Project. Taken from The Human Project’s debut album ‘Origins, which is out now through all usual retailers, ‘The Beautiful Shame’ shows the bands displeasure at the current situation surrounding football and it’s mindless minority. Particularly apt with recent events on the Paris Metro.
“We wrote ‘The Beautiful Shame’ as a cry of despair at the bigoted, tribal, racist thugs which still, in 2015, manage to somehow ruin a nice day out for everyone else, and are genuinely dangerous to the safety of totally innocent people who simply want to see a game of football (and pay increasingly insane amounts to do so).” Says guitarist, Luke Yates.
He continues,”It mainly questions “who’s to blame” for allowing this macho bullshit to continue, and suggests that the powers that be within the sport and within the police often fail to draw the line where friendly rivalry ends and violent thuggery, blatant racism and, essentially, organised crime, begin.”
Catch The Human Project on tour this Spring:
w/ Atlas Losing Grip
10.04.15 (ENG) Norwich, Owl Sanctuary
11.04.15 (ENG) Nottingham, Doghouse
12.04.15 (ENG) Huddersfield, Parish
13.04.15 (ENG) Portsmouth, Edge Of The Wedge
15.04.15 (ENG) London, The Stillery
17.04.15 (ENG) Hastings, Flairz
18.04.15 (ENG) Manchester, Sound Control
19.05.15 (ENG) Norwich, Epic Studios
20.05.15 (ENG) Bournemouth, Old Fire Station
21.05.15 (ENG) Bristol, Fleece
22.05.15 (ENG) Newcastle, Think Tank
Pick up the debut album, ‘Origins’ from The Human Project, here: http://bit.ly/THPbandcamp
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