After taking much of 2015 off and almost disbanding, The Bon Scotts are back with a cracking new single “Main Street.”
It’s a politically charged look at the racism that so often masquerades as patriotism these days, and the way society needs conversations, understanding, and empathy rather than anger and ignorance. It asks the poignant question “Can either side be part of the solution when they often seem to be the root cause of the problem?” The video was shot by the band in their hometown of Coburg at a race rally this May.
This is the first song to come from the band’s upcoming new album When I’m Lonely I Still Think Of You, which should drop next March.
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