Partnering up with Everything is Noise, Manchester-based alternative / industrial rock trio Divine Planet are launching their new single — a lyric video for the song “Bachelorette” — which announces the group’s upcoming, still untitled release, a follow-up to their 2017’s EP Synthetic Taste of Cherry.
Singer Fabian Rodriguez commented about the new single, “‘Bachelorette’ talks about how broken everybody is inside and how we try to hide it in order to fit inside a society that’s shallow and fake, compensating the lack of truly healthy emotions with nights out, including sex, alcohol and drugs.”
“Bachelorette” was fully recorded and produced at the band’s own studio in Manchester, and is also the first recording where Adam Filoda has taken drum duties as opposed to playing bass.
Divine Planet plans to tour UK in the coming months. Their upcoming dates are below.
October 4th @ Spinning Tap, Stockport
October 12th @ The Zombie Shack, Manchester
October 27th @ Ruby Lounge, Manchester
About Divine Planet:
Divine Planet was originally formed in 2013 in Manchester, UK. After releasing their first EP, they have been gigging locally. The band has been recently reformed with a new singer and reinvented its sound. On the 25th of October 2017 they released a new self-produced EP called Synthetic Taste of Cherry. The EP was mixed by the band itself and mastered by Henrik Udd, who previously worked with the UK based band Architects.
Divine Planet draws influences from bands such Nine Inch Nails, Deftones, A Perfect Circle, to name a few. Their EP is available on all popular platforms, including Spotify, iTunes, Bandcamp and CDbaby.
Divine Planet line-up:
Fabian Rodríguez – Vocals
Alexis Valachis – Guitars, Synths
Adam Filoda – Drums