Croatian rockers Through Infinity are set to release their new single ‘Still Not Enough’. The track was mastered by Andy Walter from Abbey Road Studios (U2, David Bowie, The Cure, Radiohead) and taken from their latest album, titled ‘The Afterlife’. The band have had success within Croatia and throughout eastern Europe, racking up over a million views on YouTube from their previous track ‘Shine’. Through Infinity are now setting up to storm the UK with their latest release and wow audiences with their European and Australian tour to promote their new album. The tour will include 22 shows throughout the UK, supporting Mel Gaynor (Simple Minds drummer) new project RISK.
Originally an instrumental band full of experienced session musicians, Through Infinity reincarnated themselves by adding vocalist Mario Huljev to their lineup. This prompted the band to start re-writing and adding lyrics to a number of tracks from their extensive catalogue. Through Infinity believe in the power of music as a representation of the times we live in and the preoccupations we have. It is something that will be left behind, through infinity, as their name suggests.
‘Still Not Enough’ was written by Josip Pesut, the founder and guitarist of the band. Their forthcoming video for the single was filmed in the band’s homeland of Croatia. Highlighting beautiful landscapes, the band also plays in a studio surrounded by Josip’s deceased mother’s paintings. As Josip remains hugely connected to his mother via her artwork, he often uncovers new meaning and messages which he uses to inspire his writing.
Influenced by an array of artists including Peter Gabriel, Bon Jovi and Toto, Through Infinity are on the cusp of breaking the UK market. Their UK, European and Australian tour this year will be sure to cement them into the minds of Rock fans both here and abroad.