Having sold-out their UK tour in March this year, She Drew The Gun recently announced their ‘Trouble Everyday’ tour for October & November.
Ahead of the upcoming tour, the band have released their new video ‘Paradise’. The striking visual to accompany ‘Paradise’ sees the track’s powerful lyrics juxtaposed with imagery tied to the song’s themes of capitalism and privilege. ‘Paradise’ is the third single to be taken from the acclaimed Wirral band’s sophomore album ‘Revolution Of Mind’.
“Its like a bad advert for capitalism, as if it was a product in some grotesque 1950’s ad. The free market is so wonderful isn’t it?” says Louisa Roach, She Drew The Gun’s frontwoman and songwriter, of ‘Paradise’. “It’s supposed to make everything great when really it’s just a paradise for the rich and privileged, but there’s trouble on the breeze because it’s completely unsustainable.”