Queen Cult’s latest release, ‘Stop Calling’, packs a punch that reverberates far beyond its Macclesfield roots. Following hot on the heels of their previous hit ‘Be Better’, which garnered attention from BBC Radio 1 and prime placements on Spotify and Apple Music playlists, Queen Cult solidifies their reputation as a force to be reckoned with in the alt-rock scene.

Lead singer Maisie Johnson’s songwriting prowess shines through in ‘Stop Calling’, a socially charged anthem born out of frustration and empowerment. With a riff that lingers long after the last chord fades, the track’s infectious stomp invites listeners to dance away their stress while delivering a potent message about respecting boundaries.

But there’s more to ‘Stop Calling’ than meets the ear. The accompanying music video cleverly juxtaposes the struggles of promoting a single in today’s music industry with the broader theme of respecting value and engagement within the community.

Queen Cult’s unapologetically queer identity infuses every aspect of their music, setting them apart as trailblazers in a genre often devoid of diversity. From their politically charged debut EP to their relentless touring schedule, the band’s commitment to authenticity and inclusivity is palpable.

As they embark on a new chapter in 2024, Queen Cult shows no signs of slowing down. With upcoming performances at LuckJuice Festival and Brighton Pride Rock Festival, they continue to captivate audiences and push boundaries with their fierce attitude and bold lyrics. Watch this space, because Queen Cult is here to stay.

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