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In This Country is Radio Psychosis’ Single Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
Radio Psychosis isn’t afraid to confront the uncomfortable truths in his music, and his single, “In This Country,” is a prime example.

In This Country is Radio Psychosis’ Single Out Now

This track showcases this artist’s captivating compositional style and raw artistic vision.

Radio Psychosis uses “In This Country” as a platform to delve into the struggles of those existing on the margins, even in supposedly prosperous societies.

The lyrics challenge the perception that wealth eliminates hardship, highlighting the very real anxieties of those who toil just to make ends meet.

It’s a message that resonates deeply, a testament to Radio Psychosis’ knack for tackling social issues with unflinching honesty.

Musically, “In This Country” is a blend of influences. The foundation lies in alternative rock, with driving guitars and a pulsating rhythm section that injects the track with raw energy.

But Radio Psychosis throws in dashes of gothic rock and punk, creating a sound that’s dark and intensely engaging. The production is top-notch, with a particular emphasis on the high frequencies, which adds an almost ethereal quality to the music.

Vocally, Radio Psychosis delivers a stellar performance. His voice is passionate and raw, perfectly capturing the urgency and weight of the lyrics.

Radio Psychosis isn’t offering easy answers with “In This Country,” but that’s precisely what makes the song so compelling. It’s a thought-provoking exploration of the human condition, delivered with a potent blend of musical styles.

In This Country is Radio Psychosis’ Single Out Now!


In This Country is Radio Psychosis’ Single Out Now

Born and raised in the north-west of England, ‘Radio Psychosis’ understands what it’s like to feel stuck with few opportunities to progress in life. The stark reality is that this part of England has been left to deteriorate. You only have to walk down the high street in most working-class northern towns to witness the decline: boarded up public houses, takeaways and houses that aren’t fit for purpose; dilapidated buildings in need of urgent repair.

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