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SPACED share new singles – watch new video for fun hardcore banger “Boomerang”

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From the very start, SPACED set out with a single-minded goal: to create hardcore music and enjoy themselves in the process. And after nearly two years, the band remains as committed to this mission as ever.

With a slew of releases already under their belt, including their 2022 album/compilation “Spaced Jams,” released through New Morality Zine, SPACED is now back with two scorching new tracks that show no sign of slowing down.

Today marks the premiere of Spaced’s latest video for “Boomerang,” and it’s clear that the band’s signature psychedelic style is on full display. But don’t be fooled – this isn’t some laid-back, trippy affair. Instead, the video captures all the chaos and energy that fans have come to expect from the band’s electrifying live shows.

SPACED by Matt Sledziewski
SPACED by Matt Sledziewski

At its core, the video is a visual representation of a band that’s truly driven to bring catharsis to both the stage and the studio. And with “Boomerang,” Spaced has delivered a defiant anthem that’s tailor-made for mosh pits, stage dives, and all the other trappings of a hardcore show. So whether you’re a die-hard fan or just discovering Spaced for the first time, this video is sure to leave you wanting more.

Both new tracks “Boomerang” and “Cycle Killer” are as anthemic as they are hard-hitting, with a catchy edge that’s sure to appeal to fans of the genre. But SPACED isn’t content to simply rehash the classic sound of hardcore and punk – they’re constantly pushing the boundaries with their far-out approach to the music.

SPACED by Emily Hartmann
SPACED by Emily Hartmann

The hope is that these two new tracks will only add to the band’s already explosive live show, as they embark on a US tour this spring, followed quickly by shows in the UK and EU this summer.


For those who want to stay up to date on all the latest happenings from SPACED, be sure to follow them on Instagram at @spaced_hc.

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