New York punks Show Me The Body recently unleashed 'Camp Orchestra', beginning a blazing path to their new album Dog Whistle, which comes out on March 29th. Today they have shared a new song and video from the album called 'Madonna Rocket'.

Where previous release 'Camp Orchestra' took a slow-build approach, on 'Madonna Rocket' Show Me The Body come out immediately swinging in windmilling, mosh-pit inducing fury. A deluge of whipping guitars carries through the track, scathing any who might dare to get too close. Julian Pratt rides the bounding bass line, cruising with the control of a spitfire and the vocal firepower to match, his viciousness rising and relenting in tandem with the ferocity of the band. 'Madonna Rocket' may at first seem like a protest song, but if you'll remember the band's statement ("No authority, political movement, or side may claim the function of our music in this society. This album is personal."), you'll know that this is their own story, and that humanity comes through in his vocal delivery. Referring to the meaninglessness of daily life and the passing of dear friends, you feel a connection to this barbed missive, especially the resounding affirmation "When I meet someone that's good I wanna die with them."

Pre-order of Show Me The Body's Dog Whistle can be made here; it comes out March 29th. They have a US tour planned for April and May, hopefully with a Euro tour to be announced soon.

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