NEWS: Darling Waste Pay Homage to a Teen's Suicide in "Hannah Bond" Music Video

August 07, 2015  •  Leave a Comment


(August 06, 2013 - Cleveland, OH) - Emo quartet Darling Waste has released a new music video for their song "Hannah Bond", which originally premiered at New Noise Magazine. The track is off their recent EP Say the Words and was named after a teen in the UK who allegedly committed suicide after listening to emo music.

"This song basically says 'we aren't the ones to blame. We are the only ones who understand.'," says vocalist Lance Waste. "When we moved to England there was a bill in parliament to ban 'emo' music and promoters we're worried about booking us."

When asked about the video specifically, Waste said "“The concept is something that’s been in my head for a while now. The song and the subject matter is something close to my heart so I’m really happy that we finally got to make the video for it.”

Pick up a copy of Say the Words here.

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About Darling Waste:

Darling Waste began in Cleveland, Ohio. Chasing the dream to New York City, Darling Waste evolved into a 4-piece "mobile rock unit" and hit the road. After seven years, 500 DIY shows in 11 countries, & an incomprehensible number of miles & hours spent wearing out 10 vans, the band has built a fiercely loyal army of devoted fans. After selling close to 11,000 records without a record label or distribution, the industry has also taken note. The band's music has been featured on MTV, VH1, Showtime and Miramax distributed films, and has been played in rotation on over 100 radio stations internationally. These accomplishments are a direct result of Darling Waste spending years paying their dues: battling the elements, stints of homelessness, instrument thefts and broken hands, feet and jaws while playing self-booked tours of basements, VFW halls, and dimly lit clubs.


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