Sad Night Dynamite Announces Self-Titled Debut Mixtape

UK duo Sad Night Dynamite have dropped the brand new single “Smoke Hole” today, which is available now alongside a striking new video on Elektra Records. The band have also confirmed details of their self-titled debut mixtape out February 26th, which features ambitious first releases “Icy Violence” and “Killshot.” With additional support across Radio 1, Apple Music, 6Music and NTS for the enigmatic group – who also recently launched their own, monthly 24-hour radio show, ‘Vitamin S’ – SND will share information on their first ever live shows soon.

Playful, potent and bursting with potential, “Smoke Hole” marks Sad Night Dynamite’s arrival as one of the UK’s most exciting new bands. Flitting between voices, a Dr. Dre-inspired beat and the minimalist atmosphere of UK rap, “Smoke Hole” – say the duo – is the suitably-strange sound of “getting lost in your own thoughts. We wanted it to feel as though you’re sort of sinking through your own brain – the further into the song you get, the deeper into your own head you fall, that’s kind of why the song gets weirder and weirder. We wrote it whilst both hypnotised by a zoltar, so beyond that it doesn’t make a lot of sense.” The track lands alongside a brilliant stop-motion video directed by Edie Lawrence, which explores Sad Night Dynamite’s visual world – introduced with their ‘SND:0001’ visual – via another limo trip (this time towards fame, a fairground, and a hellish headline festival slot).