The single introduces the band's latest collection of singles, remixes and instrumentals entitled TSP VOL-1 that arrives January 2021.
The digitally-veiled tech heavy collective of Darknet have unleashed their latest effort with "No Love".
The single serves as the introduction to the band's January 2021 project entitled TSP VOL-1. A collection of singles, remixes and instrumentals, the album asserts the band's precise-brand of aggression, complimented by an indulgence in futuristic dystopia.
As for the track itself, the band explains that "No Love" is an exploration of mortality and kind anxiety that can incite. "'No Love' is a track about "The Fear". The comedown from the night before and the associated dread of existing related to it. The feeling of your heart stopping and realisation that you are mortal and time is ticking away."
TSP-VOL 1 arrives January 8th, 2021 on Hollowed Records. The album and exclusive merch is available - HERE
Watch the visual for "No Love" from Darknet below.
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