Silent Scream is a game changer , it is a classic and more importantly it has a message we should all embrace and if that’s not enough and you want something else a little lighter to enjoy, watch a really , really brilliant band performing in the great outdoors…do you remember those days…but seriously Millie’s on a mission and you need to join her.
Released ahead of the hugely anticipated album, Telling Truths, Breaking Ties, Silent Screams is the song Millie Manders & The Shutup have always seemed destined to release. A delirious mix of punk, ska, pop and dagger-sharp lyrics, it sees Millie Mandersand the Shutup as one of the UK’s most exciting acts. At a time when fear and the unknown seems rife in the world, Silent Screams is a message to those feeling at their lowest that there is always hope.
Although it features many of the hooks, riffs and sheer power that fans have come to expect from Millie Manders & the Shutup, it is Silent Screams’ lyrical contact which really hits home hard. Dealing with suicidal thoughts and the feeling of being trapped, Silent Screams is typical of a band whose commitment to social justice is as ingrained in them as their love of music. With both Millie and George in the band constantly battling against mental health issues, there’s a truth and poignancy to the track which magnifies the song’s power immensely. Silent Screams feels destined to become an anthem for those feeling imprisoned by their own thoughts.
Limited Edition Silent Scream Merchandise is now available – £5 from each sale will go to both Mind and Papyrus , charities dedicated to helping people of all ages with mental health difficulties.
And if this isn’t enough apparently Millie can play a Ukulele as well! But seriously get out there and wave your flags check out the other links and get hold of Silent Screams out NOW!
Listen to the Album Telling Truths, Breaking Ties here (For Review Purposes ONLY)
Millie Manders: Vox/Ukulele/Saxophone
Alessandro Vitiello: Drums
James Pendle: Guitars
Georgina Boreham: Bass
Dominic Walker: Sax/Trumpet/Synths
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