Ace Manchester punks AERIAL SALAD are back with a brand new single and video.
The frantic 'Big Business' is the first single to be taken from the trio's new album R.O.I., their first album for new label Venn Records.
According to singer and guitarist Jamie Munro, the song is about “a growing feeling that money is completely destroying entertainment, the idea came from a common notion that 'all films are remakes', it’s also inspired by any form of art, that is composed or created to serve the purpose only of capital.
“In the same way that many feel 'football is all about money", it's the same in music, film, TV,” he continues. “Just about everything in the age we live in is purely for money. The song poses two questions. Has it always been this way? And does it have to be like this?”
Produced by Dean Glover (Membranes, Goldblade) and recorded at Vibe Studios in Manchester's Cheetham Hill, R.O.I. is set for release on 12 April and is available to pre-order here.
Pic by Liam Maxwell