STONE Premieres New Song “Money (Hope Ain't Gone)” on BBC Radio 1
Liverpool-based rock band STONE, consisting of Fin Power (vocals/guitar), Sarah Surrage (bass), Elliot Gill (lead guitar) and Alex Smith (drums), premiered a new song “Money (Hope Ain't Gone)” on BBC Radio 1's Future Sounds with Clara Amfo.
The song will appear on their upcoming debut EP “PUNKADONK”, which is set to be released on November 18, 2022.
It was written by Elliot Gill and Finley Power. Produced by Rich Costey.
The band shared on social media, “This song was the first co written song by Me (fin) & Elliot. It takes from both of our lives and the struggles we've faced. It's about the hope for a better future and the struggles growing up in the Gen Z. It's a very special song for us. We hope you love it and make it your own. Also we will talk about this more tomorrow but on nov 18th we give you PUNKADONK. our debut EP. fucking mad saying that.”
- Fin Power told Clara Amfo about the song, “When I was younger, like I was quite a large laden, it was very hard to escape that when I was younger, and you'll see that when you see the music video come out. So it's kind of more like, I was so lost as a kid. And I really kind of got to a point where I loathe myself and just didn't like who I was. I just wanted to be myself and I kind of never fitted in with everyone. I hung around with anyway even though I was I seem to on the outside and every confidence was very lost. And it was like my two favorite growth fears. And I have quite often in my life say that you should embrace uncertainty and embrace fear because who says he's key you can't control what's gonna go it's okay to be scared, you know, just go towards the fear. I've learned that a lot.”
Sarah Surrage added, “We've had a great time recording this because actually, we have recorded it a good few times. Actually. This is our third draft as the product.”
- source : BBC Radio 1