POLITIK Releases their second single ‘Rage On’ and debut album pre-order on iTunes

POLITIK: (from left) Kyle Kokott, Nicola Mayer and Michael Fourie, Photo by: Danie Nel

Last week Friday saw the official online release of POLITIK’s outrageously beautiful and moody track, ‘Rage On’. The single is available on iTunes and forms part of POLITIK’s upcoming full-length album titled ‘Tell Me The Answer’, which is also now available for pre-order here: https://itunes.apple.com/za/album/tell-me-the-answer/id1219572357

Upon pre-ordering POLITIK’s album, fans will be able to download the group’s first two singles, ‘Fade’ and ‘Rage On’.

On Wednesday, 5 April POLITIK will be putting on a performance that promises to be unforgettable at Cafe Roux (Noordhoek). To make sure you secure your seat, get in touch with michelle@caferoux.co.za or lindi@caferoux.co.za for bookings.


Don’t miss out on a great night of delicious food and songs off of POLITIK’s debut album coming April 2017. Tickets are limited!
Tickets on sale for R80 – Book now on WEBTICKETS
Dinner is served from 7pm | Show starts at 8:30pm

Album artwork by Nicola Mayer

The ethereal rock trio teamed up with director and producer, Dirk van Niekerk and film editor, Robert Hannah to produce an exquisite music video to accompany the single’s release. The music video paints the picture perfectly to match their new single’s overall sound and feeling. ‘Rage On’ is one of the songs that POLITIK composed while travelling the coasts of Europe, Australia, Asia, the South Pacific, the Caribbean, and the American east coast. After two years of sharing their music abroad, Nicola Mayer (Vocals & Keys), Kyle Kokott (Drums) and Michael Fourie (Guitar), have returned to South Africa to record their debut album, which launches next month.

Watch ‘Rage On’ by POLITIK here:

Rage On’ is a song that describes our desire to push on through more challenging times. “The song was written during a time of introspection and a moment of silence which lead us to write about this overwhelming urge to overcome any space of darkness we face in our lives from time to time”, says Nicola.

The visual representation used in the music video captures this as two figures who seem to almost melt away, finally find each other again and symbolically blend together in order to keep on going and push through the pain and struggle. It implies that nothing is impossible for the souls who rage on and never give up. The track ties in with the album’s theme of seeking answers throughout life and love. The surreal use of lighting, body contours and dripping paint beautifully supplements this creative kaleidoscope of visuals and sound.

Pre-order POLITIK’s debut album now on iTunes

‘Fade’ was the debut music video released late last year by POLITIK. Take a look at the video here, in case you missed it: https://politikband.com/videos/fade-official-music-video

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