Kid Dad returns with a new single and video titled “Limbo” where the quartet address child abuse and domestic violence. Lyrically, “Limbo” captures the fear and insecurities that someone may experience living with an abusive family member. Sonically, “Limbo” is a smashing rock piece that is filled with cathartic moments. Watch below:
On their new release, vocalist/guitarist Marius Vieth explained that it is about being “caught between uncertainty and fear, searching for something real to hold on to, in search of hope.”
“Limbo” is from their upcoming debut album In A Box, which will be out on August 21st via Long Branch Records. The band has also announced campaign to raise awareness around child abuse and domestic violence. They have set up a site with more information, donation links and merch items with 100% of the proceeds to be donated to organizations, which you can check here. Below is a message from the band:
After a lot of research and brainstorming on how we can actually help, we decided to produce some small merch articles of which 100% of the proceeds will be donated to SOS Kinderdörfer and NSPCC. In addition to this we will pay 100% of the producing and shipping costs so every single cent you pay will find its way to the organizations.
We know we can’t change the world with this, but even if a single child will be helped, then this whole campaign will be worth it!
If you have the means we deeply encourage you to make a donation directly to the organizations:
Help us to make a change here: www.kid-dad.com/shop. Please notice that all the donation items are marked with a little house!
Thank you so much,
Marius, Max, Michael & Joshua
Check out SAFE In A Box campaign.
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