It's a message of positivity...

All across the world people are busy staring at blank screens.

Infinitely scrolling through their news feeds, it's a way of digesting information at such a pace that it barely registers, scarcely hitting the sides.

Australia's Tora take issue with this on their new single, with 'Deviate' urging people to slow down, and turn the screens off.

Co-written and co-produced in London at the iconic RAK Studios with Roy Kerr, it's a new leap forward, a frisky piece of electronic pop from the Australian group.

The band commented:

‘Deviate is about the modern human condition, outlining the disconnectedness that humanity is facing with technological addiction. A reminder for people to connect with each other more and spend less time staring at their screens. The intention behind the song is positive, ‘Let’s Deviate’.

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