The South of England has always been a stomping ground for producing some of Britain’s biggest rock bands, and that doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. Having already opened for the likes of Mallory Knox, Southern newcomers, Dali have been causing a storm that will soon enough sweep the nation.
“Through contraband the message I wanted to portray was the uncertainty, being misinformed along with a plethora of other factors.”
“Contraband is in essence an observation from my perspective of the state of things. Politically, I feel that we are going through something as poignant as Brexit, that to each person they will have an individual take on the matter and this is mine brought to life as “contraband.” Through contraband the message I wanted to portray was the uncertainty, being misinformed along with a plethora of other factors.” Explains the band. “Contraband” isn’t about forcing you to choose a side, its getting you to question ideologies that have been presented to us. Not everything is always as it seems. The majority of the lyrics I write have their own meaning to myself but how people choose to interpret them is their own accord and encourage them to do so.”
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