Naming such influences as Incendiary, Rage Against the Machine, and Stray From the Path, Kind Eyes is a band that formed back in 2018.
Representing California's capital city of Sacramento, the quartet has worked hard playing shows and dropping an EP called Life in Chains in 2019, and a couple of singles throughout that time.
Kind Eyes recently signed on with Upstate Records, a label that has been steadily growing its roster with bands like In Cold Blood, Bushido Code, and Subzero.
The first release of the new union will be Cruel World, Kind Eyes' debut full-length album. No Echo got its hands on the music video for the record's title track. Directed by Hiddenmist Productions, the clip can be seen below:
Kind Eyes vocalist Murphy Katana says the following about the new track:
"The song my way of expressing the turmoil of being a targeted as a minority, treated as a threat, recognizing the ones we’ve lost due that irrational fear our oppressors have about brown skin, sympathizing and identifying with those know understand the thin line we walk, understanding a lost soul in a cruel world."
Cruel World will be out later this year via Upstate Records. This fall, Kind Eyes will hit the East Coast with fellow Upstate Records label mates, Arcline and Grace, as well as being featured on this year’s Northern Alliance Fest.
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