As we are getting dangerously close to the release date of their anticipated sophomore album Venomous Anonymous (June 3rd); The Cruel Intentions drop yet another sweet, sweet spring track to their awaiting listeners!

Kerosene is a pure fire!

A battle cry for the young, fun, and restless.

Or like The Cruel Intentions state: “It’s a punk rock song about fun reckless behavior”

Catchy as hell and feel good like a Saturday night, Kerosene will have you walking away from all the bullshit and straight into the warm and moist summer of short-lived love affairs and careless nights.

Through heavy, yet arousing drums, tons of good vibes and a perfect sing-a-long chorus this is an intoxicatingly sly track seeking to spark you confidence just enough to have you fight back and let the world know when enough is enough. 

With heavy melodic references to old school rock heroes like Def Leppard, White Snake and Poison, yet with the unique vocals of Lizzy Devine and epic guitar licks placing the track straight into your modern sleaze favorites right next to Hardcore Superstar, Backyard Babies, and H.E.A.T. 

The Cruel Intentions have seen a massive interest after three of their songs were featured in the Peacemaker HBO series, and the band’s first two singles Sunrise Over Sunset andReapercussion got extensive attention home and abroad.  

Kerosene certainly up the level, and bites back with both an attitude and a catchiness that will make it your favorite in no time!

Kerosene is accompanied with a music video directed by Max Ljungberg and will be available everywhere April 26th.

Watch video here –

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