Aside from the announcement of an imminent Australian tour set for the beginning of 2018, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have recently unveiled their first new track, Spray Paint Love, since dropping the sophomore album Modern Ruin back in January. Modern Ruin itself was a step above debut album Blossom, and Spray Paint Love is arguably a step above that. Steeped in Franks own brand of hardcore rock, this track is thick with swagger and psychedelic groove. The accompanying film clip, directed by Ross Cairns, really pushes Frank into his element.

The visual fest and track in general, are the smooth sexy side of the Rattlesnakes. Shot inside Samsung’s Hypercube, an endless neon odyssey of light and mirrors, Frank’s rockstar persona integrates with his surroundings and vice versa. Also, as part of this collaboration with Samsung, Carter, who spends much time tattooing while not making music, created the artwork for the single using new Galaxy Note 8. Spray Paint Love is the combined evolution of Frank Carter’s entire back catalogue moving into a new light.

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