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Introducing: Public Theatre – The Hunt

Alternative rock band Public Theatre release their latest track “The Hunt”, a song about never breaking the cycle of dating the wrong people. Hailing from Seattle, the hard-rock trio use harsh clean vocals and grunge to purvey a message of accountability and insight, while offering a comforting hand to listeners who can relate to this experience.

Drawing inspiration from early 2000’s alt-indie bands, such as The Killers and Arctic Monkeys, Public Theatre triumphantly return with their first new song in two years. “The Hunt” is a boppy yet blunt personal account. When asked about the song, the band stated;

“THE HUNT is a song about somehow always falling into toxic or abusive relationships and hopefully this song will help a few people realize the cycle that they’re stuck in. We wrote this song just like any other one of our songs, one person comes in with either a guitar lick or vocal melody at practice and we all just jam around that person until it feels right. We’ve all been playing together for years and years, so it’s easy to pick up what someone is trying to get across.”

Public Theatre have received support from a number of big music outlets, such as Spotify’s All New Rock, New Music Friday: Norway & New Music Friday: Iceland, and continue to yield compliments from across the industry.
“The Hunt” was released on 25th February, and is available across all major streaming platforms.

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