The gargantuan single marks the beginning of the band’s new era, recently signing to Out of Line.
Nola heavy hitters Cane Hill just dropped one of their biggest, boldest beatdowns ever with the unveiling of their first single on Out of Line in “A Form of Protest”. The three-minute clobbering marks an emphatic beginning with Out of Line, as the band transitions from Independent prospects to Blue Chip signees.
During the pandemic era, the band found success on their own terms, releasing Krewe De La Mort Volume 1 and the Krewe D’Amour Volume 2 EPs independently all while earning critical acclaim.
On the strength of the run as a thriving independent outfit, the band found a creative ally in Out of Line with whom the band put the pen to paper recently. Speaking of the signing, the band explained,”We’re excited to be partnered with Out of Line for our future releases. After releasing music independently with great success during the pandemic, finding a team that’s as excited about Cane Hill as the band is should help open some new doors for us to release our art creatively.”
Kicking off the campaign with the label, Cane Hill have delivered what will likely be lauded as their heaviest release yet with the three-minute clobbering that is “A Form of Protest”. The band share, “‘A Form of Protest’ is our first release of a new era for Cane Hill. It marks the transition between what we’ve been to what we will become. Poised in rage and frustration caused by ‘the powers that be,’ this song welcomes you into our relentless and uncompromising future.”
Cane Hill is set to begin their Krewe Du Sang Tour later this month with Afterlife, VCTMS and Moodring rounding out a brilliantly diverse line-up. Get the complete list of dates after the video.
CANE HILL ON TOUR:
WITH AFTERLIFE + MOODRING
5/27 — New Orleans, LA — Parish @ House Of Blues
5/31 — Scottsdale, AZ — Pub Rock
6/1 — Anaheim, CA — Chain Reaction
6/2 — Reno, NV — Cypress Reno
6/3 — Salt Lake City, UT — The Urban Lounge
6/4 — Grand Junction, CO — Mesa Theater
6/5 — Denver, CO — HQ
6/7 — Minneapolis, MN — 7th Street Entry
6/8 — Chicago, IL — Reggie’s Rock Club
6/9 — Detroit, MI — The Sanctuary
6/10 — Louisville, KY — Zanzabar
6/11 — Cleveland, OH — The Foundry
6/12 — Pittsburgh, PA — Preserving Underground
6/14 — Hartford, CT — Webster Theater
6/15 — Brooklyn, NY — Kingsland Bar & Grill
6/16 — Baltimore, MD — Metro Gallery
6/17 — Richmond, VA — Canal Club
6/18 — Greensboro, NC — Blind Tiger
6/19 — Atlanta, GA — The Masquerade
6/20 — Nashville, TN — The End