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.
If you’re anything like me, you’re totally excited for this tour. This combination of bands, in my opinion, is absolutely perfect. The only thing that could make it better is if Andrew McMahon reunited Something Corporate for this tour. They will begin this tour on June 10th at Woodlands, Texas and will end on June 30th in Wantagh, New York.
Known throughout the pop punk rounds as the frontman for The Wonder Years, Dan “Soupy” Campbell recently developed a new moniker: Aaron West. Announced last year as a side project, Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties is an emotional outcry in a non-traditional fashion. Without even a year passing the tales of divorce and American tragedy told on his debut, We Don’t Have Each Other, Aaron is unveiling another chapter in the form of a new seven inch entitled Bittersweet. The release is set for May 20th through Hopeless Records, and announced alongside the premiere of his new single, “’67, Cherry Red.”
Check out the new track below, along with pre-order information, album artwork, and more!
Artist- Manchester Orchestra
Album – Cope
Genre – Indie Rock
Rating – 7/10