Graphic Nature drop two new singles, Into The Dark and Bad Blood

These new tracks mark Graphic Nature’s first releases since their debut EP, new skin.

Graphic Nature drop two new singles, Into The Dark and Bad Blood
Zoya Raza-Sheikh

Graphic Nature are back with a bang… with not one, but two new tracks. And that’s not just it, the British band have also wheeled a double dose of music videos to make up for lost time.

Speaking on the first of their new singles, Into The Dark, frontman Harvey Freeman says: "It's probably one of the most intimate songs we’ve ever written. It’s about the breaking of relationships, whether a romantic one or with friends or family. It delves into how certain events from your past can trigger a ripple effect, that can change how you perceive relationships you have in the present."

Their follow-up, Bad Blood, digs into the “the struggles of being a musician”. As Harvey explains: “The constant uphill battle yourself and those around you face just to keep a dream alive. The feeling of wanting to give up everything you’ve put your life and soul into, but also realising that music is all you have and without it you’re just a human without purpose."

Graphic Nature’s accompanying music videos showcase the band’s hardcore ethos and the "perfect for the grimey industrial estates we grew up with. It’s a video of pure frustration and anger with a little touch of home."

Check out the combined music video for Into The Dark and Bad Blood below:

Graphic Nature are also kicking off a handful of live dates this September, starting off in Torquay and finishing off in Ramsgate. Catch Graphic Nature at the dates below:


3 Torquay Burn It Down Festival
8 Hull Polar Bear
9 Stoke Sugarmill
10 Birmingham Scruffy Murphy’s
11 Norwich voodoo daddy’s
14 Colchester Arts centre
15 Guilford Boileroom
16 Bristol Exchange
17 Ramsgate Music Hall

Check out the band's UK tour poster below:

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