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Millie Manders and The Shutup Release New Single ‘Angry Side’

Published / Fri 5 Apr 2024

Millie Manders and The Shutup Release New Single 'Angry Side'

Photo: Millie Manders and The Shutup Release New Single ‘Angry Side’  /  Credit: Millie Manders and The Shutup

Cross-genre punk band Millie Manders and The Shutup, known for their energetic performances and diverse musical style, have revealed the launch of a double AA side 7” single, set to release in conjunction with their upcoming UK tour this spring. The announcement comes on the heels of their successful Slam Dunk Winter Jam tour in January, where they shared the stage with Zebrahead, Teenage Bottle Rocket, and [Spunge].

Millie Manders UK tour to benefit Mercy Without Limits

The two singles, titled “ANGRY SIDE” (Listen Below) and “CAN I GET OFF?” are scheduled for release on 5 April. Alongside the singles, the band will also introduce a new line of T-shirts, aiming to raise funds for the charity organization Mercy Without Limits, which can be found at

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Discussing the inspiration behind “Angry Side,” lead vocalist Millie Manders shared:

“Angry Side is, I guess, a letter from my teenage self, apologising for being so angry and wanting to burn down the world. I had a lot going on back then and I hid behind bravado a lot. I suppose it’s also me telling my younger self that it’s OK to have been that angry when I went through a bunch of trauma that I couldn’t process well enough to deal with it all. I was a kid.”

Manders further elaborated on the motivations for “Can I Get Off?,” saying, “The western world is privileged because it has pillaged resources from everyone else in the world. We need to unlearn what we know and recognise the suffering people are going through as a result of our greed. Can I Get Off? is an outpouring of my frustrations about that and, ultimately, the reason we are fundraising for Mercy Without Limits.”

The band’s latest project underscores their commitment to addressing personal and global issues through their music and actions, aiming to make a positive impact while engaging with their fans.

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