Use Soap’s New Mysterious Song
Swedish rock band Use Soap is poised to release their new single “Radiation Rain,” a reflective song imbued with poetic lyrics and expressive vocals. While echoing the sounds of alternative bands from the ‘80s and ‘90s, the song mirrors the band’s unique and spontaneous essence.
Written by band members David Jakobsson and Oscar Ringqvist and produced, mixed, and mastered by Petter Lithvall at Stigbergsstudio, “Radiation Rain” invites listeners on a mysterious journey through a soundscape rich with metaphors and the comforting embrace of rain.
Featuring a mesmerizing chorus and expressive vocal performance, the song’s cryptic lyrics and captivating guitar are bound to intrigue listeners. When questioned about the inspiration behind the song, the band members enigmatically confess it to be “Radium Girls.”
Continuing to forge a distinctive sound marked by raw passion and authenticity, Use Soap explores an array of topics, building on the richness of their spontaneity and unique artistic voice.
Since signing with Rexius Records in 2021, the band has released several singles, exploring a variety of sounds and effortlessly evolving in their own way. Don’t miss out on the release of “Radiation Rain” coming to your ears on October 27th.
Artwork by: Simon Renström
Photo by: Use Soap