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LISTEN: False Advertising’s Gloriously Riff-Laden New Track ‘Personal Space’

Jack Rogers
Jack Rogers 20 October 2021 at 13.33

"I'm sure everyone has felt walked over, overlooked and like you're forever being told to take up less space and make less fuss"



False Advertising are back with a new track, and it's a big bold British rock epic.

Throbbing riffs, delicious melodies and an incredibly relatable theme running through it, 'Personal Space' is the band showing off all of their best attributes and setting the scene for what's to come.

Vocalist/guitarist Jen Hingley had this to say about the song:

"It's funny that 'Personal Space', a song originally been written about wanting to build self-confidence, has now taken on a double meaning in light of the pandemic. I'm sure everyone has felt walked over, overlooked and like you're forever being told to take up less space and make less fuss, I'm really tired of those feelings and hoped that by sarcastically shouting about them it might go some way towards empowering myself and others to stand up for ourselves. Or, people might simply interpret the song as being about a trip to the supermarket during the pandemic and trying to maintain social distance, it works for that too!"

Here we go:



The band released their last full-length 'Brain Freeze' back in 2019.

Here's 'Uncomfortable' from that very album:

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