The Cruel Intentions, described as the bastard child of Guns N’ Roses and Hanoi Rocks, have released the new single Sunrise Over Sunset, a tribute to a legendary LA venue.
“Sunrise over Sunset is a tribute to the legendary Rainbow Bar & Grill in LA,” the band said. “It is a hangover anthem that makes you wanna keep the party going. A reminiscence of wild and crazy nights and a tribute to all things rock ‘n’ roll.”
The Cruel Intentions were founded in 2015 by Mats Wernerson, Lizzy DeVine, Kristian Solhaug, and Eiliv Sagrusten, who soon was replaced by Robin Nilsson on drums.
The latest track is about celebrating late nights and bad decisions because life, after all, is about having fun and making friends, with their overall style is the vein of Guns N’ Roses and Mötley Crüe. They update the legacy of good old rock ‘n’ roll into today’s contemporary youth.
The music video was directed by Markus Undhagen. The bands album No Sign Of Relief is out now.