Portugal’s alternative rock band Nowhere To Be Found released their new single “The Prey” and its music video on November 8th. The track is about limits, frustration, and being fed up. The band also appeared the television show Sounds of the Underground on CBS and YouTube last month.
About the single, vocalist Tiago Duarte stated:
“Sometimes you’re just doing your own thing, living your own life, minding your own business, and these things/forces/people just get in your way, and try to change you. And usually that’s when you become dangerous, when the prey becomes the hunter.”
See the band on Sounds of the Underground here: https://youtu.be/ETLJnOb640s
Nowhere To Be Found formed in 2017 following the split of post-grunge band insch. The band consists of Tiago Duarte (vocals), Manel Gomes (bass), Miguel Rodrigues (drums), and João Quintais (guitar). The same year they formed, they collaborated with Emily Lazar of September Mourning. A couple years later, in 2019, they collaborated with Memphis May Fire’s frontman Matty Mullins on the release of “Traverse”, which is their most successful single to date.
Building on this is the band’s single “The Prey”. The track will be on their upcoming album, which was produced by Henrik Udd (Bring Me The Horizon, Architects) at WRecords Studios and mastered by Ted Jensen (Metallica, Green Day, Deftones, Slipknot).