Lo-fi punk/shoegaze duo Cultdreams (who were formerly known as Kamikaze Girls) have just dropped ‘Not My Generation’, the new single from their soon-to-be-released sophomore LP, ‘Things That Hurt’.
Guitarist/vocalist Lucinda Livingstone discussed the lyrical message of the song, in particular confronting both misogyny and the current state of right-wing politics.
“I see men ignore misogyny, as if it’s not their problem, to act upon their sisters when they get touched inappropriately. While everyone is still suffering, the country that we live in is fucking everything up. Politics and right-wing shit. Not letting other people in. Ignoring what matters, whilst investing in ignorance.”
You can stream and watch the video for ‘Not My Generation’ below.
The band’s second album, ‘Things That Hurt’, is scheduled for release on August 16th 2019 through Big Scary Monsters.
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