In a world teetering on the edge of discord and uncertainty, the call for harmony rings louder than ever. Amidst the turbulence, artists emerge not merely as entertainers but as voices of conscience, wielding their craft to champion values of tolerance, freedom, and openness. Stefski & Hutch, a dynamic duo hailing from Paris and Warsaw, are at the forefront of this artistic insurgency. With their latest release, “Selling Lies”, they offer more than just music; they present a manifesto for revolutionizing the status quo.
“Selling Lies” is not just another rock anthem; it’s aprotest against the chaos spawned by the deluge of information and misinformation inundating society. Stefski & Hutch navigate this turbulent landscape with finesse, blending elements of alternative rock with a dash of psychedelia. The result is a song that feels both familiar and refreshingly original.
At its core, “Selling Lies” is a call to arms—a rallying cry for listeners to question the narratives presented to them and to forge their own path toward truth and liberation. With heavy riffs, grungy verses, and Britpop-infused choruses, the song takes listeners on a journey of introspection and defiance. As Stefski & Hutch aptly put it, “That’s the price of liberty.”
Accompanying the single is a music video set to drop in March, complementing the song’s powerful message visually. And with two more singles and an album on the horizon, the duo shows no signs of slowing down. For Stefski & Hutch, the journey toward harmony is just beginning, and they invite listeners to join them on this transformative odyssey.