May 21, 2024

Black Nail Cabaret presents 2nd single from new album, ‘Roadtrip’


Black Nail Cabaret presents 2nd single from new album, 'Roadtrip'

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(Photo by Dori Hrisztu-Pazonyi) The Hungarian electro-pop noir duo Black Nail Cabaret have released the song “Roadtrip” as the second single from their forthcoming new album, “Chrysanthemum”, which is set for release on 1st March.

Black Nail Cabaret singer Emèse Árvai-Illes states that “I refer to the Hungarian psychologist Dr. Mihály Domján in regard to this song. He held that pain travels in the family tree until it finds someone who is introspectively ready to embrace it fully, to understand it and change it. In recent years I realised how important it is not to lose faith that I can be this person.”

“Roadtrip” is the follow-up to “Autogenic”, which was released in early December 2023. Below is the audio only video for “Roadtrip” followed by the “Autogenic” video.

“Chrysanthemum” is the sixth full-length record by Black Nail Cabaret and will be promoted with a UK tour holding eight shows with Empathy Test.

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  • 06.04.23 BRISTOL Dareshack
  • 07.04.23 NUNEATON Queens Hall
  • 10.04.23 NOTTINGHAM The Chapel
  • 11.04.23 NEWCASTLE Cluny 2
  • 12.04.23 SHEFFIELD Corporation
  • 13.04.23 LONDON Garage
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Bernard Van Isacker is the Chief Editor of Side-Line Magazine. With a career spanning more than two decades, Van Isacker has established himself as a respected figure in the darkwave scene.

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