Take A Dive Into The Existential Abyss Of Malady’s “Famous Last Words”

A meditation on purpose

Photo: Will Reid and Ed Reid

London quartet Malady poke our brains with their latest existential single “Famous Last Words,” an alternative piece peppered with electronic sparks that gives it an eccentric indie touch.  In their own words, “‘Famous Last Words’ is a rumination about purpose – the realisation that any notion of inherent, and/or divine, purpose is false and subsequently the futile, scrambled attempts to forge meaning in places that meaning can never really be found.” If you’re caught in a mind-boggling cycle of what it means to exist, be human, etc., this is the song you should press play:

Malady will be hitting the stages this upcoming summer:

Aug 12 | YES, Manchester

Sep 12 | Moth Club, London