Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes: Self-Love

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Discover “Self Love”, the latest single from Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, from their new studio album.

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have released a single ahead of the release of their new album. Its clip, directed by Ruth Hunduma, is available via the player below:

“”Self Love” is an invitation to live in honor of the only relationship that truly matters: the relationship you have with yourself. » says singer Frank Carter. “It’s too easy to neglect yourself by spending a lot of energy to win the love of others. If you really take care of yourself, you realize that you don’t need anyone else to be happy. And often, when you stop looking for what you want, the universe gives you exactly what you need. »

This is an extract from Dark Rainbow, new album from the group. We also find the titles “Man Of The Hour” and “Brambles”. In this album, the group takes a fresh look at its music, in line with the current personalities of its members. Frank Carter and Dean Richardson (guitar) explain their approach in detail in a long interview given to the editorial staff, on the cover of WECB Weekly n°145. It is available via our online store.

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes will be in concert in France on February 24, 2024, at the Bataclan (Paris). The date is full. The group will also be performing at the next edition of Hellfest on June 30. Their last visit to France took place in December 2022 at La Cigale (Paris). The editorial team was on site.


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