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Mother Mother give us an Anti-Holiday Anthem

As the holiday season approaches and we get sick of the Christmas songs that perpetually play, Mother Mother have given us a solution. The band released Cry Christmas, a less optimistic and cheery song about the holidays. As much as it would feel better to deny it, the song holds relatable truth (I’m looking at everyone who still has to sit at the kids table). The band does not sell out with this anti-holiday anthem and sticks with the Mother Mother sound they have compiled over many years. Check out this dark take on the holidays right here.
Written by Octavia Allison

City and Colour are “Meant to Be”

City in Colour have released a new single called Meant to Be which is the first bit of new music since 2019. This song has a story, heartbeat, and purpose. Dallas Green said in a statement that the song “served as an elegy for City and Colour producer Karl Bareham” who passed away in 2019. Green had to identify his friend and said that it was “the hardest moment I’ve had in my entire life.” This piece speaks for itself.
Written by Octavia Allison

Jack White Covers Nirvana’s “Heart Shaped Box”

As he continues on his tour run, Jack White pulls out some surprising material while onstage in Malaysia. Veteran rocker played Nirvana’s Heart Shaped Box. While he draws on many influences, its no surprise that this is one of them. What is surprising is that someone was able to actually film it. White is notorious for not allowing cameras or cell phones in his shows. His distinct and haunting voice finds its place in this strong cover. Apparently to this day this is the only time he has ever performed Heart Shaped Box. Check out the audio right here.
Written by Octavia Allison

i_o and Lights with “Warehouse Summer”

Young producer i_o passed away in 2020 but before this he has recorded an album with Lights. This album has been released in his honour and Lights said “This is a body of work that I’m immensely proud of and am very emotionally connected to. Garret was endlessly talented, and he inspired me to give my all and be my best. Its safe to say making this album with him was life changing.” The project is called Warehouse Summer and features a strong pulsing rhythm and danceable tracks.
Written by Octavia Allison

Palaye Royale Drift Into “Oblivion”

After the release of their latest album, Fever Dream, Palaye Royale released the video for their song Oblivion from that same record. Known for their dark and gothic imagery the band bring the mystery. The gentle notes of the piano drift over the roughly textured vocals and come out unscathed. You feel surrounded by a sense of sadness and loss as each strum of the guitar falls like rose petals. Palaye Royal gives us a slow song without becoming too fragile. As cracks and emotions are exposed, they remain in one piece for this ballad.
Written by Octavia Allison

The Nil says “Bye Bye Big Bear”

Hamilton band The Dirty Nil released a new song called Bye Bye Big Bear. The grungy track follows the band’s familiar but infectious formula, always bringing the energy up for the drop. The vocals have an openness to them as they ramp up to a crescendo immediately. The Nil wastes no time in bringing you into any headbanger. According to Brett Emmons, lead singer of The Glorious Sons and former housemate to The Nil’s Luke Bentham, the track is about the house the two used to live in together. As Luke grits “bye bye mice and roaches, bye bye evil neighbors” you get a glimps of the equally gritty living conditions. The base keeps this song steadily chugging forward as you look back on memories the band invites you into.
Written by Octavia Allison

“When You Come Around” with Burp

When You Come Around is the new single Burp just released yesterday. With a garage band rawness and dirty distortion, the band wastes no time digging in. The piece is unpolished and marches forward through the gravel in a pair of Doc Martins. As the rough-edged vocals wail and kick up dust, you feel a Nirvana-esq realness and a Dirty Nil type of thrashing. The song lives between the Punk sound of days past and the alt rock of today. Check out When You Come Around right here.
Written by Octavia Allison

Highly Suspect at Red Rocks

After releasing their latest album Midnight Demon Club, Highly Suspect has been playing shows and announced a tour with Muse. The band took the stage at Red Rocks Amphitheatre and shared the video from their performance of Pink Lullaby. It’s a grimy rock tune that feels heavier as the group plays around with different sounds and genres. Lyrics come as a mix of rhythm based spoken word and guttural wails. Distortion holds the rough sound together. Pink Lullaby is a slow moving and deliberate rock track.
Written by Octavia Allison

Black Viel Brides bring the “Devil”

If you are craving something to satisfy you inner emo and former edgy teen, Black Veil Brides just released a new track called Devil. Thrashing guitar and distorting wails kick off this intense piece. If you weren’t hooked yet, Andy Black belts out “How the fuck is one so evil?” Black holds onto a subtle gruff sound that remains controlled and gives the piece texture. Drums tear relentlessly through this anthem while guitar riffs send shocks within verses. Check out Devil right here.
Written by Octavia Allison

K Flay says “It’s Been So Long”

K Flay has been working hard to rehabilitate herself after loosing a significant amount of hearing in one ear. Despite this she is powering through to give us It’s Been So Long. Lyrics are muffled before setting into a rapid-fire lyrics and a controlling beat. The song is literally in an invite to dance with K Flay and all the inflatable noodle men in the video. This quick moving track has a subtle retro feel. It’s Been So Long is a fun song you can ride all the way through.
Written by Octavia Allison

Ruby Waters with Heather

Ruby Waters released a new song called Heather. She performed the song live in the bathroom of an undisclosed location that somehow matches the feelings perfectly. As the song starts you feel the depth of the room and it gives it a move open and raw feeling. You sit down in the studio as Ruby records this moody track right beside you.  She brings in a raspy grit matching the dark story twisted through the lyrics. Waters belts out impressive vocal riffs to bring strength to the piece. Heather fits well in her latest collection of singles.
Written by Octavia Allison

Noel Gallagher is a “Pretty Boy”

Noel Gallagher has been releasing singles for months and has announced a date for his upcoming album. He hasn’t released the name of the project, but he did reveal it will be released sometime in May. With this he has put out a new single Pretty Boy. According to a statement, when writing the song “I’d sit up late at night doing Bowie’s voice, if the song sounds like David Bowie, then I’m going to sing it like David Bowie until I’ve written it.” The song does have a spacy feel mixed with a Coldplay-esq light and loftiness. Bright energy is carried through a quick rhythm and a sense of mystique lives in the vocals.
Written by Octavia Allison

Black Honey get “Heavy”

Black Honey have announced their third album, A Fistful of Peaches, will be released March 17 2023. With this announcement came the band’s new single, Heavy. According to lead singer, Izzy Philips the song is about “the parallels between grief and depression. We wrote this song the day I found out the founder of our fan club passed away from COVID-19. We were talking about grief and the way it holds you down.” Old world glamour matches wispy vocals in this moody track. Its almost too picture perfect. Behind the flash-bulbs, gritty rock riffs meld with light synth for the perfect blend of Black Honey’s sound. Something heavy lurks under the surface but never breaks through. The song holds energy as you move with the defined rhythm. Check out Heavy right here.
Written by Octavia Allison

Gang of Youths and “The Angel of 8th Ave”

Gang of Youths took the stage in Berlin to perform their song Angel of 8th Ave. The upbeat alt rock tune carries a significance as the fist track from their most recent album, Angel in Realtime. The song rolls in slow and is met by frontman Dave Le’aupepe and a gruff set of vocals. The performance builds for the chorus and you can tell that’s when the energy flows most freely through the band.
Written by Octavia Allison

The Wrecks want to be “Normal”

Last week The Wrecks gave us an acoustic performance of their song Normal. The stripped back version makes the lyrics more impactful. Frontman Nick Anderson’s vocals climb higher as he sings “I just wanna see the world like everybody else does.” The piano echoes through the empty spaces and strings swell in the background. This song makes you feel but also lets you know your not alone.
Written by Octavia Allison

Gorillaz with “Baby Queen”

Gorillaz are gearing up for the release of their upcoming album Cracker Island. The record comes out February 24th but the band has already released some singles. Last week the group released Baby Queen. It’s a funky but light track with synth, distortion and fitting flat vocals. The chorus twinkles with sound effects and gives you a bit of that lo-fi mellow feeling.
Written by Octavia Allison

BROCKHAMPTON’s The Family

BROCKHAMPTON has announced a final album despite the band permanently going their separate ways. Ironically the record is called The Family and it is set to come out November 17th. The group has shared the first single called Big Pussy. Once you are drop kicked into the rhythm, you feel every punchy line and aggressive phrase. The video fits with this battered and hard aesthetic.
Written by Octavia Allison

“I’m a Mess” with Avril Lavigne and Yungblud

Avril Lavigne has been a staple as Canada’s pop-punk princess but as the genre grows, the whole world has taken notice. She teamed up with Yungblud for a new single called I’m a Mess. Avril starts the track with a soft acoustic flow as Yungblud falls in with his punchy and distinct accent. The song builds for a strong chorus that sees the duo belting it out and confessing their feelings. Check out this pop-punk love song right here.
Written by Octavia Allison

Philip Selway wants to “Check for Signs of Life”

Radiohead’s drummer Philip Selway is releasing a solo album called Strange Dance. The record comes out February 24th and its Selway’s first new album in 9 years. The first single called Signs of Life is out now. In a statement Selway said “I want the soundscape to be to be broad and tall but somehow get it to wrap around this intimate vocal at the heart of it. Soft vocals seemingly hide and shy away as a stripped back melody and rhythm keep pulsing. A mysterious and almost a haunting tone hangs over this piece.
Written by Octavia Allison

“I Felt a Funeral in my Brain” with Phoebe Bridgers and Andrew Bird

Earlier this week Phoebe Bridgers collaborated with Andrew Bird on a new single called I Felt a Funeral, in my Brain. According to Bird the inspiration for the track came from an Emily Dickinson poem and described it as “the most vivid description of an inner world I’ve ever encountered.” With seemingly disconnected strings and a tense atmosphere the song starts. It moves into tender guitar and somber lyrics. Harmonies give this soft tune power.
Written by Octavia Allison

Mother Mother with “Burning Pile”

Mother Mother have been a staple in alt music for over 10 years. Tik Tok has brought many more people into their fanbase and popularized tracks from their very first record. The band has been touring and released a video from a performance of their song, Burning Pile in Europe. As Mother Mother stand in front of a not-so-angry sea of people they move into their hypnotic track. As Ryan, Molly and Jasmin’s vocals harmonize you can’t help but be entranced by their energy and stage presence.
Written by Octavia Allison

A “Fever Dream” with Palaye Royale

Today was Palaye Royale’s release day giving us their 15-track project called Fever Dream. Some singles that were released ahead of the album were Punching Bag, No Love in LA and Lifeless Stars. Fever Dream holds a mix of gritty rock-leaning tracks as well as reflective and moody ballads. Eternal life features a grueling wail that pushes an otherwise lofty piece off the edge into a mysterious underworld built on vibrating distortion and rhythm. Line It Up is a softer storyline featuring smooth piano. The band has settled into their dirty and gripping sound.
Written by Octavia Allison

Leland Whitty is “Awake”

BADBADNOTGOOD multi-instrumentalist Leland Whitty has announced a debut solo album called Anyhow. Set to be released on December 9th, the project is 7 songs in total. Whitty released Awake earlier this week. An echoing and pensive track that leads you into the wilderness to make peace with your thoughts. The song is an odyssey with bright melodies overlaying a stoic and strong set of strings. Guitar leads you into confusion but eventually you come out of the woods refreshed. Check out the track right here.
Written by Octavia Allison

Cleopatrick gives us “Doom”

Cleopatrick released their newest EP Doom last week with 5 songs in total. Distortion rumbles like thunder as the snare strikes like lightning in Zuck. Ok continues with a heavy sound and aggressive raging vocals. Scaring Me slows down for an emotional moment of reflection and regret. Overall, the EP goes back and forth between powerful guitar vibrations and softer and vulnerable pieces.
Written by Octavia Allison

“Come Together” with Crown Lands

After announcing that they will be supporting July Talk on tour, Crown Lands have released their take on a Beatles classic. The duo electrified Come Together bringing in in their own wavy and driving rock sound. They grasp the original space you hear in the vocals in a subtle echo, but each guitar riff drives you further into the piece. Cody Bowels and Kevin Comeau playfully balance The Beatles with their own signature style. Check out this gritty cover right here.
Written by Octavia Allison

Going “Steady” with Sloan

Today Sloan released their 13th studio album, Steady. This marks another big occasion for the band as they also celebrated the 30th anniversary of their first album, Smeared earlier this month. Their latest record has 12 tracks in total and is filled with tons of stories and feelings. For example, Human Nature is about “gossip and how we all know it’s terrible but how we sometimes participate in it. The song goes on to suggest that being the subject of gossip might not be as bad as being ignored” guitarist Chris Murphy said in a statement. Sloan is playing sold out show tonight at Sonic Boom, but you can catch them at The Phoenix on October 27th tickets are available now.
Written by Octavia Allison

FOALS and The Colour Wheel Session

FOALS just released their Colour Wheel live session of their songs, Life Is Yours, 2001 (Summer Sky), 2AM and Looking High. The performance was a “Fantasia-inspired session” according to a statement. Starting off strong and synth-y the band builds energy, and you can pick out each instrument clearly as you hear the layers of every song. If you are looking for a retro fix but not something that is endlessly overplayed, check out the FOALS Colour Wheel Session.
Written by Octavia Allison

Milky Chance says “It Is What It Is”

Milky Chance just released the video from their song It Is What It Is, from their second mixtape, Trip Tape II. The song brings a soft and melancholy feel as they seemingly accept their fate as performers. A gripping rhythm is still present and a signature of Milky Chance. The duo brings you behind the curtain on their bad days with a low-fi way of telling the story.
Written by Octavia Allison

“Lustre Parfait” with Gord Downie and Bob Rock

It has been 5 years since we lost Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie but today Bob Rock released a collaboration that pair did before Gord’s passing. The track is called Lustre Parfait and is just one piece of an upcoming posthumous album. The song is filled with folksy funk alongside horns and energy. For any Hip fan, Downie’s vocals are unmistakable and hit hard. It’s something outside of what we are used to from Gord and the Hip but it is nonetheless captivating. We don’t have any more details on the album yet but we will be watching.
Written by Octavia Allison

Protection says “Still Love You”

Chvrches’ Lian Cook and Scott Paterson formerly of Sons & Daughters have come together for a new single called Still Love You. Cook said “I feel like it has a bit of flavour of Daft Punk. We also put some stuff from old psychedelic records there in the background.” Still Love You starts with a Martin Garrix and Deadmou5 feel with colourful synth. You feel like a hacker in some sort of movie montage just kicking ass. The song has hint of a retro feel that keeps rolling and you already know all the words. “I Still Love You.”
Written by Octavia Allison

“After This” with July Talk

After a sneak preview of their upcoming album, Remember Never Before, at The Horseshoe, July Talk is keeping busy. The band just announced an upcoming tour stopping at Massey Hall March 11th. (Tickets go on sale this Friday October 21 at 10AM) The band also put out a music video for one of their latest singles, After This. Despite the familiar formula of Peter and Leah’s contrasting back and forth vocals they are finding a new way to play. Jarring guitar hits hard but leaves you a moment to pause before coming back in another calculated attack. Vocals in each verse stands alone but during the chorus it is a cacophony of sound mashing together. So far, the band has released 4 songs from the album, I Am Water, Hold, Certain Father and After This.
Written by Octavia Allison

“Love Will Get You There” says Inhaler

With a retro looking TV appearance, Inhaler play us their newest single, Love Will Get You there. The base bounces with the rhythm to make this song immediately contagious. The dreary lyrics seem more inspirational as they lean against the bright chorus. Inhaler’s new album, Cuts and Bruises is coming out February 17th, 2023. With 11 songs in total, we eagerly await this Dublin band’s latest project.
Written by Octavia Allison

Blink 182 are Back with Edging

Blink 182 released their new single Edging that takes us back to our teenage dirtbag years. The pop punk sound is one we are familiar with these days, but Blink has been doing it all along. Edging is quick punchy and relentless. The band gives you their all in the 2 and a half minutes that just fly by. You will be singing along before you know it. Now that Tom Delong is back with the band the possibilities are endless. The group is making 2 stops in Toronto (May 11 and 15 2023) and if you have been able to grab reasonable tickets consider yourself lucky.
Written by Octavia Allison

“Waste My Time” with New Friends

New Friends are boldly entering their “Camaro era” and are digging into an alt sound. They released their new single, Waste My Time which they describe as a “self-deprecating pop anthem.” Waste My Time is all about looking back on mistakes that you may or may not make again, being young and self-aware. With a vivid sound melded with a hypnotic melody this track stands out. The band embodies the idea of simply being in your 20’s. The toxic situation of the lyrics mixed with undeniable confidence is something we desperately crave more of.
Written by Octavia Allison

King Gizzard the Lizard Wizard with Laminated Denim

King Gizzard the Lizard Wizard released their newest 2 track album called Laminated Denim. Don’t worry it has just as much music as a full album. Each of the tracks, Hypertension and The Land Before Timeland are 15 minutes long. Retro guitar wails through your turbulent trip. Group vocals surround you and help to create the experience. Hypertension is upbeat and riff-y while The Land Before Timeland is pensive and smooth. King Gizzard is stopping at History next week (October 18th) for their sold-out show.
Written by Octavia Allison

Ruby Waters has “Open Arms”

Ruby Waters released her latest single, Open Arms. Known for her absolute realness in her music and in life as well as her soothing yet provocative music, her new song continues the trend. Open Arms is uplifting as she speaks on trying something new and welcoming it “with open arms.” There is of course some not so subtle second meanings you can pull from the piece but otherwise you can take the gentle, rhythm driven song for what it is. A solid track. Layers of vocals and harmonies fill out the stripped-down session and give you the confidence to step up to you next challenge.  “I’m in no way I’m afraid of the trip I’m about to take” she repeatedly calls out in a strong but soothing way. The live performance has raw emotion and skill. Ruby Waters will be making a stop at The Opera House, January 28th and you can grab tickets now.
Written by Octavia Allison

Travel “All Roads” with Dan Mangan

Ghostly vocals lead the way in the new Dan Mangan track All Roads. He plays with rhythm just enough to be mysterious and let’s say mildly spooky because it is October. The lyrics are the deep thoughts that keep you up at night that never fully leave you. His upcoming album, Being Somewhere comes out October 28th and he makes a stop in Toronto on January 19th. You can grab your tickets now.
Written by Octavia Allison

The 1975 is Being Funny in a Foreign Language

The 1975 have released their latest record, Being Funny in a Foreign Language today with 11 tracks in total. A mix of feelings and emotions run together to give yousometing musch brighter than their dramatic Black and white videos. Oh Caroline has a full sound with piano, an upbeat rhythm but some dark lyrics. About You starts with an inspiring melody and brings in a background of strings. Vocals are unexpectedly low but it all balances out. Listen through the full album to get every bit of feeling The 1975 intended.
Written by Octavia Allison

The Arcs “Keep On Dreaming”

After 8 years, Black Keys singer Dan Auerbach’s other band, The Arcs, have announced a new album. Electrophic Chronic will be released January 27th 2023. This was met with the release of a new single called Keep On Dreaming. A funky beat set neatly on top of digital rhythms and the song’s heartbeat is audible. Horns jump on before the song finds a medium energy. It’s a smooth R&B leaning piece that feels wavy. The full album is 12 tracks total, and we will be looking forward to it.
Written by Octavia Allison

The Late Late Show with Florence + the Machine

Florence + the Machine took the stage on The Late Late Show with James. With comedian Nick Kroll previewing the choreography, Florence played her song King. A spotlight shines in the center of the stage as Florence + the Machine dig into the track. Moving from the deep lows of the piece into the breakout moment of the chorus, the base brings in an ominous feeling.  The song is stripped back to bare bones and emotion is what stands out.
Written by Octavia Allison

The Killers with Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want

With the end of their North American tour The Killers covered The Smiths’ Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want. With bright guitar and smooth vocals, the crowd was loving it. The whole scene is surreal. Being the last show of the tour, the band wanted to make it memorable. It is the exact right moment to pull out a lighter and wave it in the air, or I guess a phone flashlight.
Written by Octavia Allison

Maneskin are “The Loneliest”

Maneskin released their latest track, The Loneliest. Frontman Damiano David comes in with surprisingly soft vocals. Gentle guitar reflects the somber mood and lyrics. As you watch the band carry in a casket you are weighted down by heavy emotions. David’s voice is controlled but nonetheless powerful. It’s a different side to this boisterous band. The Loneliest makes you feel everything they have poured into this track. Its heavy dark and far too real, proving Maneskin’s versatility.
Written by Octavia Allison

Girl in Red says “October Passed Me By”

If you are looking for something perfect for the fall, I give you October Passed Me By. Actually Girl in Red gave us this one today. According to a statement Girl in Red said the song has been “living in the back of my head since June 2021.” And “Last year something happened in my personal love life that brought up a lot of feelings that I had to confront internally.” Acoustic guitar with lofty vocals blow in the wind with the dead leaves. There’s an air of mystery hidden behind the story told. If you are looking to stare out the window at the colour changing fall scenery, listen to Girl in Red’s moody track, October Passed Me By.
Written by Octavia Allison

Nation of Language on KEXP

Nation of Language performed on KEXP. They played a four-song set including The Grey Commute and September Again. The synth vibrates off the studio walls as vocals echo across the room. The live audience is captivated by these mildly retro tunes. The music bubbles over the foundation of the keyboard and the group keep things light with playful commentary about previous guests. Check out the full performance right here.
Written by Octavia Allison

Young the Giant says “I Bite”

Young the Giant released their song I Bite from their album American Bollywood. You open a music box, and the dainty figurines begin to spin. Stuck in place and spinning in the same circles forever. The longer it spins the more you see how tangled emotions and feeling are. Vocals bring a light feeling with heavy lyrics. I Bite embodies balance, compromise, questions and answers. This is just one of 4 songs on ACT III:BATTLE.
Written by Octavia Allison

“My People” with The Beaches

The Beaches released yet another new track called My People. According to the band the song “goes out to all of y’all who make us feel safe and loved in this lil community. You’re our people.” Energy waits patiently behind the slow and smooth vocals. Lyrics are unpredictable so you hang on every word as frontwoman Jordan Miller gives you her most random thoughts. The Beaches have established their bright girl-pop sound and we hope they release more new music soon.
Written by Octavia Allison

COIN with “Brad Pitt”

COIN released their newest album, Uncanny Valley in March and now they have given us more. The band put out a slightly sinister new video for their track, Brad Pitt. The rhythm is the first surge of energy that kickstarts the song. Fuzzy distortion crawls out of the guitar, stomps with the drums and seamlessly melds with the vocals. You fall in line and become hypnotized by the magnetic energy in Brad Pitt. Distortion pulls at vocals and riffs to bend them as the music slows. The lyrics are dark but you can’t unplug once you feel this energy.
Written by Octavia Allison

Valley with “The Problem Song”

Mixing bubbly pop, a house music feel and a droning distortion, Valley has hit us with The Problem Song. Verses are stripped to just a beat and the whole piece avoids being overcomplicated. The lyrics say exactly what they mean in a straightforward way. Its wholly catchy and it seeps into your subconscious to pop up at a later date. For 2 minutes and 36 seconds you can avoid any of your problems or at least tune them out in favor of Valley’s newest track.
Written by Octavia Allison

Ariana Fig with “Running Man”

You board a train taking you into a lofty and light dream world. The soft rhythm pushes you farther down the rabbit hole. Ariana Fig narrates your thoughts as you look out the window of the train as the soundwaves ebb and flow. With her vocals at the forefront, she is speaking directly to you, teaching you all the things she is learning on her journey. “I sit with my sadness in the rain. I can’t let it happen ever again” she lilts. As everything falls together you are able to enjoy the beautiful scenery the train is chugging through. You are in the midst of that dramatic movie moment before you make the big decision or revelation. Running Man serves as the turning point. Ariana says her track is “all the emotions they won’t share with me. I have to feel for the both of us.” Running Man was produced by Sarah MacDougall and full of imagery and feelings.

“Ooh La La” with Run the Jewels

Run the Jewels toured with Rage Against the Machine earlier this year but have hit another big milestone. They took the stage on the Jimmy Kimmel show with a performance of their song Ooh La La. The released their full album RTJ4 in June last year and seemingly have been performing steady since. The rhythm and beats keep you coming back for every verse and chorus. You can’t stop moving to the song. It stands out but sticks to your brain just the same. Check out the live performance of Ooh La La here.
Written by Octavia Allison

“This Is Why” says Paramore

Paramore was what you listened to when you were absolutely going through it at 14 years old. Its was the mildly edgy soundtrack of your teen years when it “wasn’t a phase.” Now you can revive all those feelings to Paramore’s new song This Is Why. Frontwoman Hayley Williams said in a statement “This Is Why was the very last song we wrote for the album. To be honest, I was so tired of writing lyrics but Taylor (guitarist) convinced Zac (drummer) and I both that we should work on this last idea. It summarizes the plethora of ridiculous emotions, the roller coaster of being alive in 2022, having survived even just the last three or four years.” The guitar takes shots in bursts as the drums and vocals keep things steadily rolling forward. With the punch chorus of-you guessed it “this is why” the song will stick in your subconscious. The band’s upcoming album titled This Is Why will be released February 10th.
Written by Octavia Allison