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  • Writer's pictureJoe Newman


We are incredibly proud to be able to announce that the debut album Fast Food At Midnight, is officially available for streaming across all major platforms, NOW!

Stream it on Spotify here!

Our History: Our Propaganda is Jack Denton (Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar), Joe Newman (Bass Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Backing Vocals), Harvey Groom (Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals), and Charlie Denton (Drums, Percussion, Backing Vocals). We started life as an angst fuelled rabble, with a passion for music and a drive for success. We came to life in a garden shed, surrounded by whatever equipment we could find, jamming at volumes better suited to live venues than suburban streets. Over time, we found our sound; merging influences from the likes of Biffy Clyro and 21 Pilots, with the iconic styles of Pink Floyd and Fleetwood Mac. Eventually, our consistent hard work started paying off. From building a loyal home-town following in Southampton - which allowed us to headline 700 capacity venue The 1865 - to recording our debut album with renowned producer Steve Lyon (Depeche Mode / The Cure), then mixed by Grammy nominated recording and mix engineer Jonas Westling (James Arthur / Lady Gaga).

An appearance at 2021's Isle Of Wight Festival was just the shot of adrenaline that we needed to kick-start the promotional process behind our debut album “Fast Food At Midnight” - an album which explores our historically tumultuous personal lives, our hard-won bond as a band, and our perspective on modern-day life; the metaphor of eating Fast Food At Midnight, being used to explain how so often we do things that we know aren't good for us, and yet continue to repeat these behaviours anyway. Like any journey, things weren't always plain sailing. Our relationship as a band was forged through the best - and worst - of times. From losing loved ones to suicide, working through personal mental health issues, unresolved childhood trauma, and the harmful coping mechanisms which so often accompany these things. All of these demons eventually found an outlet through diverse, emotional musicianship, and honest, heartfelt story telling

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