It's taken from the band's upcoming EP 'Against The World'.
Kill The Ideal have dropped a brand new track.
'Save The World' is the sort of anthemic, monolithic rock song made to be screamed from the rooftops, with soaring guitar parts and a total earworm of a chorus that is taken to a completely new level with the addition of Normandie's Philip Strand on the second verse.
Vocalist Ash Wilson had this to say about the track:
“As a band, we went through hell to make this record. It defines everything that Kill The Ideal stand for. There was a point when we thought this record would never happen!
Having been written and recorded through a global pandemic, it's a truly insightful and personal look into how the band and so many others see the planet right now. Although the last year has been mentally and physically challenging for everyone we wrote‘SaveThe World’ to help at what hopefully is the light at the end of the tunnel. It's been a very dark time with a lot of uncertainty but together we will unite and get through this. It's down to us to Save The World.
We wanted to do something seriously special with this track so It made perfect sense for us to team up with Philip of Normandie on this."
So here we go:
The track appears on the band's new EP 'Against The World' which is set for release on February 05.
The full tracklisting looks like this:
01. Let’s Get Excited
02. Scream For Me
03. Save The World (Feat Philip Strand)
04. Immigrant Song