Chart busting rockers Massive Wagons are celebrating the release of their new album ‘House of Noise’ which is currently sitting pretty in the UK Album Charts Top 10. Always a band with a unique and passionate connection with their fans, Wagons are aiming to utilise that passion and support above and beyond the music itself. The band is calling on all fans to support them as they attempt to run 26 miles – marathon distance – on a treadmill in aid of mental health charity Mind on Thursday 23rd July at 16:00.
The band’s latest album House Of Noise, released last Friday via Earache, is a prime example of the band’s commitment to bring mental health in the forefront of the conversation. House Of Noise is Massive Wagons most accomplished record, and as such, each track presents many layers, telling a different story. The title track explores different sides of how we experience mental health; “Sad, Sad Song” describes the struggles with anxiety and panic attacks.
Front-man Barry comments:
Lockdown has been tough for a lot of people in a lot of ways, hell in fact I’d say, people’s mental health has taken a serious battering, at times like this the charity MIND are more important than ever!! The title track from our new album House Of Noise is essentially a break down of our own experiences with mental health, be it fleeting, or longer term, it all needs addressing and people need help, we would just like to do this to help promote MIND and the awareness of mental health issues. We will be running the marathon distance of 26 miles on a treadmill, please tune in and support the run if you can, much love.