Latte+ are sharing their new song and music video “This Place Looks Like Hell,” and you can check it out right here at New Noise.
Watch the video here:
Chicco shares his thoughts:
“’This Place Looks Like Hell’ is basically our scream about watching such a beautiful world wasting away right before our very eyes. Every new day is essentially another step closer towards making this place genuinely look like hell—and we really tried to get our message across with taking things in that direction in the video as well.
“But that is just what this song means to us… Music is very subjective by nature- and because of that, we always approach our song writing in ways that make our songs relatable to what other people may be facing or going through in life. For example, someone may hear the song and relate it to a messy situation that they are currently dealing with—and that is totally fine by us! At the end of the day, If you can relate to our songs in any way and you enjoy our music, then we’ve accomplished our goal!”
Formed in 1997, Latte+ quickly became a staple on the European punk rock circuit with their catchy pop-punk hooks, energetic nature, and rigorous touring schedule. Twenty-fourteen saw the release of the band’s fifth studio album, entitled No More Than Three Chords, which was met with rave reviews and widespread critical acclaim, catapulting LATTE+ onto the international punk rock scene in a big way.
In late 2017, the band embarked on their first world tour in support of their sixth studio album, entitled Stitches. During the release of the band’s following album in 2019, (Next To Ruin), Latte+ signed with U.S.-based ProRawk Records. Latte+ are based in Empoli, Italy with their U.S. base camp being in Chicago, IL.
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Photo courtesy of Latte+