Sydney based rock band The Immigrants have just released their new single and music video Saturday Night. Saturday Night is an Anthemic Rock Song written in the third person about the experience of a Crazy Saturday Night. It portrays a Saturday Night as a Girl who is unapologetic, unpredictable, out for what she believes she wants and does not care who gets in the way.
As much as the song warns the listener of how bad it could turn out, it is sung in a way of admiration for who she is, a free soul not afraid to show her dark side, possibly even a fragile person with a past covered by what seems to be an impenetrable armour.
The Band draw influence from Foo Fighters, Audioslave, Chris Cornell, Pearl Jam, Thin Lizzy, Soundgarden, Rage Against the Machine and Queens of the Stone Age. The Immigrants are Darren Browne ( Guitar + Lead Vocals), SuZen Raj Bajracharya (Bass) Lucas Tolentino (Drums) and Nazo Nazarian (Lead Guitar). The band debuted in 2020 with the release of their debut self-titled EP. The EP was received with high praise and radio support via 4ZZZ Brisbane, while at the end of 2020, their track Lonely Bones secured 51st place in 4ZZZ HOT 100.
Saturday night is available on all major online stores.
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With thanks to Bueno Bueno Sounds