Culminating their busy year of touring and dropping material, Sydney based alternative rock quartet Redhook have just shared a brand new song called ‘Fake’.
Vocalist Emmy Mack had this to say about the meaning of the track.
“This song is actually a bit of an in-joke. We wrote it as a vent session following a negative experience we had on tour. I actually never expected to release it – but we had so much fun playing it live & ended up being so stoked on how the recording turned out that it just felt right. It’s a hostile little smartass of a tune, inspired by that awkward moment when you realise someone you always looked up to and admired isn’t all that they seem.”
You can give ‘Fake’ a listen below.
At the time of writing, it’s uncertain whether or not the song will appear on a forthcoming EP or full-length album.
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