Powerful and emphatic, four-piece alternative rock band, The Silencio make a bold return with their new single ‘Apology’; a song penned through compassion and seeing the light during dark times.
An honest single inspired by a friend struggling with sobriety, the band hope the new song encourages strength and comradery when people need it the most. Releasing alongside a video clip that flips between the band and a narrative that evokes the very sense of the lyrics detail: repentance and retrospect.
“Jan always respected how hard it would have been for his friend to continuously apologise for his shortcomings and was willing to forgive him to encourage staying on the right track. We need to lift people up and not push them down,” explains lead singer, Nick.
Since The Silencio’s inception in 2014, the band have worked hard at curating their sound and building their audiences amongst the Gold Coast rock scene. Since then the band have toured nationally across Australia, and their previous single ‘Same But Different’ premiered on Triple J’s Breakfast Show. Jumping on board to work with well known Los Angeles musician-producer-composer, Danny Saber (David Bowie, Michael Hutchence, The Rolling Stones), ‘Apology’ is the second release before their upcoming 10-track album set for release in 2021.
Don’t be sorry and get on The Silencio train now.
‘Apology’ is out NOW.