Ceiling DemonsAt Louder Than War, we have long been supporters of Ceiling Demons. Their unique Northern rap and hip-hop blend has attracted the attention of many national supporters and they continue to release groundbreaking tracks along the way.

In today’s uncertain world, Ceiling Demons’ latest release, March Forward, couldn’t come around at a better time, with its heartfelt lyricism speaking volumes for the power of perseverance.

Since the release of their experimental EP, Belly of the Hopeless – and the standalone split 7″, Lost the Way, via singles club Come Play With Me – in late 2016, Ceiling Demons have been crafting a fresh body of work, to be released later in the year via Durham-based DIY label: Win Big Records.

Driven by the warm sound of brass, March Forward marks the transition of the seasons as the death of winter is reborn into spring. The track features on NARC Magazine’ s 11th Birthday compilation and sees twin brother duo Psy Ceiling and Dan Demon go through an emotive journey of loss and acceptance. Recognition of our own mortality and inner struggles is interspersed with an uplifting message which, ultimately, offer a sense of hope.

March Forward will be available digitally on 28th April 2017.

More from Ceiling Demons on Bandcamp here: ceilingdemons.bandcamp.com. They can be followed on Twitter as @ceilingdemons and Liked on Facebook.

All words via Paul Scott-Bates. More of Paul’s writing on Louder Than War can be found at his author’s archive. Paul’s website is hiapop Blog and you can follow him on Twitter here, and on Facebook here.

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Born and bred in Lancashire, currently residing in the Rossendale Valley. Father, Husband, Blogger, Home-Brewer, Poet, Chicken-Keeper, Tweeter, Socialist - @hiapop. Keen to be green. Childhood ambitions to be a pop-star thwarted due to being unable to sing. Instead, began listening to music of every type. Everything deserves one listen, but, not necessarily a second. Only (ex-Community) DJ to ever play Nat ‘King’Cole followed by Nine Inch Nails, and, eat Fish and Chips live on air. http://www.hiapop.com

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