With Confidence to Release Two New Versions of ‘Voldemort’

Australian pop punk band, With Confidence, announced via Twitter that there will be two new versions of their song ‘Voldemort’, including an acoustic version and one that features John Floreani of Trophy Eyes.

‘Voldemort’ is taken from their debut album, Better Weather, which was released June this year. Speaking to CelebMix at this year’s SlamDunk Festival back in March, vocalist and bassist Jayden Seeley elaborated on why the song is titled ‘Voldemort’.

“So, it’s a little lame but I’m a massive Harry Potter fan, and we all know the line from Hermione Granger which is “fear of the name only increases the fear of the thing itself”. So it’s the idea that mental illness is Voldemort, and everyone’s terrified to talk about it, but I think once people start talking about mental illness it’ll stop being so terrifying, and that’s what that song is about. It’s Voldemort! We should start talking about Voldemort.” – Jayden Seeley

With Confidence are going on a headline tour of Australia this October. Click here to see if you can still get tickets.

The new versions of ‘Voldemort’ will be released tomorrow so make sure you keep an eye out!

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Written by Georgia Brown

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