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Brutus Release New Single “Love Won’t Hide The Ugliness”; December UK Tour Announced

Belgian trio Brutus have just dropped new single “Love Won’t Hide The Ugliness” and announced UK tour dates. Get all the details here…




Almost a year since the release of critically-acclaimed album Unison Life, the boundary-breaking Belgian trio Brutus have shared their new single “Love Won’t Hide The Ugliness”.

Recorded during the Unison Life sessions, but ultimately held back from the final album track listing, the band view this single as just as integral to the album as any other track, and are thrilled to finally release this eleventh song to complete the Unison Life cycle. Check out the single here:

Vocalist / drummer Stefanie comments:

“We are very happy we can release this now, after such a crazy year on the road. “Love Won’t Hide The Ugliness” has always been one of my favourite songs when we were writing the album. The is about how love can cloud judgment and make it difficult to remain impartial. It can cause people to blindly follow others and lose their own sense of beauty. In the worst case, it can lead to self-destruction and damage relationships.”

This new single also celebrates the one year anniversary of the Unison Life album, with a new limited vinyl pressing including a ‘Love Won’t Hide The Ugliness’ 7”, available to preorder from here.


For the rest of 2023 Brutus are back on the road, with a European tour that includes shows in the UK, Belgium and Germany, France, Spain, Portugal, and Italy, which will take them to a staggering 105 shows for 2023. Additionally, Brutus has just announced new USA headline West-Coast dates for 2024.

Tour Dates:

12/07 – Islington Assembly Hall – London
12/08 – Chalk – Brighton
12/10 – Trinity – Bristol
12/11 – Academy 3 – Manchester
12/12 – G2 – Glasgow
12/13 – The Asylum – Birmingham

For all of the tour dates and latest Brutus news, head over to their Official Website.

Brutus  'Unison Life' Album Artwork

Brutus ‘Unison Life’ Album Artwork

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