Thyla’s ‘Flush’ Is A Urgent Plea For Connection

Check out their new video…
Thyla return with excellent new single ‘Flush’.

The potent three-piece will release their debut album in the opening weeks of the New Year, and the previews are coming thick and fast.

Urgent pop-edged songwriting with a killer chorus, new single ‘Flush’ is about our modern social media driven dystopia.

Building to that emphatic chorus, ‘Flush’ is a plea for connection. Singer Millie Duthie says…

“We’ve seen so much polarisation online, social media platforms act as echo chambers for the loudest and most extreme opinions. The situation is always more nuanced than the algorithm allows for. Flush is about the state of anxiety caused by comment sections, and about plotting to make some quick money and run away from it all.”

Joseph Daly directed the full video, which places Thyla at the ruins of Tide Mills in East Sussex. Surrounded by broken screens, the band want to channel the lingering issues of our daily lives.

Millie continues…

“The ruins symbolise the destruction of today’s society. We’ve abandoned our sense of community and real-world connections. With the advent of social media we were promised a world of interconnectivity but we’ve ended up in a digital dystopia; a society paradoxically more isolated and alone.”

Tune in now.

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