TORTH THE HIVE discuss a concept of useless person ‘deku’, addresses grappling with depression, suicide

Though emerging from a well balanced indie rock territory, Torch the Hive’s music is a blend of biting lyrics, politically charged messages, and raw, unbridled energy that stems from a system that’s been broken for far too long. Founded in 2017 by Mike Fruel, Tyler Sanders, and Sergio Apanco, the band’s first two releases delve into the struggles of growing up, financial hardships, and navigating a world that’s been divided by politics. After funding their own tours throughout the United States, Torch the Hive released the single “Shame on You” as a direct response to the state of the country in 2020. With their music now focused on political themes, they’re about to drop their latest offering, “Flamingo,” which retains the same pointed...

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