US punks Filth Is Eternal have released their powerful new single ‘Cherish’, ahead of their sublime new album Find Out (29th September, MNRK Heavy).

‘Cherish’ implores listeners to believe in themselves and their creativity. Frontperson Lis Di Angelo tells: “I wanted to mash two of my favourite things together, Black Box Theater and Lynchian Style, and marry that with something I overheard a stranger say that has occupied space in the back of my mind for years: ‘This is all a dream, and you will spend the entirety of your existence at the centre of a push-pull event, somewhere between owning this dream and this dream owning you.'”

‘Cherish’ comes with a vivid new video directed by Di Angelo themselves, watch here: 

Stream and pre-order Find Out here:

Filth is Eternal will tour the UK with American post-hardcore legends Finch and have announced additional headline dates.

Dates as follows:
Nov 4: Glasgow The Garage (Attic)
Nov 5: Glasgow The Garage ^
Nov 6: Cardiff Tramshed ^
Nov 7: Manchester Academy ^
Nov 8: London O2 Forum Kentish Town ^
Nov 9: Plymouth Underground
Nov 11: Milton Keynes Craufurd Arms
Nov 12: London New Cross Inn
Nov 13: Bristol The Lanes
Nov 14: Bridgewater Cobblestones
Nov 15: Swansea Bunkhouse
Nov 18: Norwich Voodoo Daddy’s

^ w/ Finch

Find Out is the triumphant reawakening of this vital group. The new testament whips forth with the force of a breakthrough and is a clear undertaking of their own genesis with a deep awareness of themselves, their crowd, and the shared history between them. The band’s ground rules: immediacy must be prioritised; the songs should have the power to whip up a pit in under thirty seconds; they must be vital and exciting – all of which cuts through on ‘Pressure Me‘, and first single ‘Crawl Space‘. 

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