Last Friday , 16 September marked the fifth album release, POLYDIMENSION, from multitalented rockers ISO. Earlier this month the band released their first single in three years ‘Rabbit Hole’, which was written by front man Richard Brokensha.
‘Rabbit Hole is about getting out of a toxic relationship. While you are in that situation you almost feel like you just falling down this never ending void, and you need to somehow get out of it. It is a hopeful song that speaks about finding the way out to a new beginning. Be strong, own your future and decide what’s best for you, don’t play second fiddle to someone else’s ideals,’ says Richard.
‘With this new single comes a conceptual movement that will drive all facets of the band. There are stories to be heard, grooves to be felt, harmonies to treasured, atmospheres for nostalgia, creatures to be born, colours to be seen and music to accompany your growing soul.’
Catch ISO on tour for the release of POLYDIMENSION:
30 September – Good Luck Bar (Johannesburg)
1 October – Arcade Empire (Pretoria)
6 October – Bohemia (Stellenbosch)
7 October – Café Roux (Noordhoek)
8 October – Beerhouse (Cape Town)