Strange Bones sign to FRKST and release Bob Vylan collab track

By September 28, 2020 Culture, News

Blackpool experimental punks STRANGE BONES kickstart a new era today, announcing their signing to FRKST – an imprint of 300 Entertainment (Megan Thee Stallion, The Hunna, Young Thug) and created by Highly Suspect frontman Johnny Stevens. To mark the occasion, they’ve revealed new single Menace, a ferocious sonic attack featuring London punk-grime hybrid Bob Vylan, and an accompanying video created by Mescalitas (Jess Allanic of Calva Louise).

“Menace is a cathartic release in response to the world being on hold and the insanity that came from this. We are the passenger in the car, sat next to hypocrisy with absurdity in the driver’s seat going absolutely nowhere, the road is blocked. I could also say it’s a commentary on the playing fields levelling out, when everything falls apart, you are left with your will and you desire to continue moving forwards, never back”
– Bobby Bentham, Strange Bones (vocals)

“The world has been on somewhat of a hold recently but we’ve had to continue creating and Menace is one of the results of that constant creating. It’s the perfect storm. It’s the result of two wild bands coming together and creating something that reflects the energy of our live shows. It’s been a long time coming!”