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Hill’s Union “Fall Now Fascists!” is the single that anticipates the album “Viva la Revolución”

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The Hill’s Union are preparing to stop being the most clandestine and revolutionary secret of Portuguese music, to assert themselves as a radical front in rock’n’roll. After starting in folk and acoustic training to make known the work and struggle of the composer and revolutionary Joe Hill, shot in 1915 by the State of Utah in the USA, Hill’s Union became a powerful rock trio where the its originals continue to reflect political awareness and solidarity with disadvantaged classes around the world.

In a careful aesthetic that assimilates the history of rock and popular music without losing the identity of those who have the urgency of the message in their voices, their songs wave rock like a flag in a fight for Freedom and Justice, mixing the explosive ingredients of the blues. , rock’n’roll, pop and groove in an incandescent, urgent and current libertarian cocktail.

Tiago Santos on bass (Cool Hipnoise/Spaceboys/Cais Sodré Funk Connection), Rui Alves on drums (Cais Sodré Funk Connection/Dixiegang/Real Combo Lisbonense/Vitorino) and Pedro Salvador (theater and performer, singer, guitarist) are the new rock guerrillas in Portugal, with their eyes on the world and reality.

His first single “Fall Now Fascists” is an anthem that was written in a blast the night Bolsonaro won Brazil’s elections. Powerful and direct, it is an appeal to everyone’s conscience, wrapped in a melody capable of lifting us to dance as well as to fight.

Hill’s Union are there with the weapons of their songs and guitars in hand, to make the Revolution explode in rock and sweat! “Fall Now Fascists!” is now available!

«Viva la Revolución», the debut album, is released next month with the Testa de Ferro label and produced by Hill’s Union & Alain Vachier.

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