New Fury Media is excited to bring you the exclusive premiere of the new single from Out of Service. Titled “Sleep”, the song is off of the New Jersey emo/alternative rock quartet’s upcoming album Burden. The album is produced by Nathan Hussey of All Get Out, and the single tackles harrowing subject matter with a slow build reminiscent of bands like Manchester Orchestra and Citizen.
“Sleep is a song about the deepest reaches of depression,” guitarist Bryan Williams explains. “There was a point, at least from our singer Mike’s perspective, where he no longer had the desire to exist in the real world, and instead wished to sleep and stay only in his dreams. While he was asleep, there wouldn’t be anyone to answer to, and no one would question him about why he felt the way he did. In the end he would have been content to stay there until he either became sick or passed on. We hope that our song is able to convey these feelings and show people just how overwhelmingly powerful it can be, because a lot of people have depression… and maybe they’ll be able to relate to these experiences.”
If you like what you hear, be sure to check out Burden when it drops on November 22nd. You can pre-order the album now on Bandcamp.