Right from the start, Edinburgh four-piece The Angles have proven to have a fantastic work ethic, with constant gigging, writing, and recording, with the aim to strive and prosper.
Their song, ‘Black Rhino’, is written about the ways which distrust can build in a relationship, and how a seemingly content situation can turn volatile without a moment’s notice.
The band said of the song:
“Historically the imagery and myths of a black rhino is that of a misunderstood creature, an intimidating and formidable looking exterior that belies it’s gentle nature. We felt the imagery of this worked well with the theme of the song”.
The video for ‘Black Rhino’, a live performance of the band, highlights their unique stage presence, sound, and professionalism.
The Angles have a string of live dates at the iconic King Tut’s, in Glasgow. ‘Black Rhino’ was launched in Edinburgh, at The Caves.
Lisa has been writing for over 20 years, starting as the entertainment editor on her university newspaper. Since then she's written for Popwrapped, Maximum Pop, Celebmix, and ListenOnRepeat.
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