DIVIDE THE FALL released another hot single that will be coming off their next EP, set to release this fall. “Fake Love” lyrically speaks of going through a deceitful and toxic relationship.
‘Caught up in all the games you’re playing/I can’t bring myself to walk away
I should have known from the start you would leave me in the dark’
“Fake Love” blends the lyrics of a catchy pop song with a heavy breakdown that comes out of nowhere. Paired with a stunning and visually appealing video, there’s little doubt it’ll make your emotions flow.
If you are a fan of SLAVES and Picturesque, this song needs to be on repeat! Listen to the new single at the link below:
I’ve personally given Slaves a lot of coverage this year – and for good reason. They’ve released a staggering SEVEN singles ahead of their new album, To Better Days. And I’ve loved every single one so far. New vocalist Matt McAndrew had large shoes to fill, but could you ask for a better replacement than a Voice runner-up? Now that the album is set to drop this Friday, I have a chance to examine it front to back.
Slaves has been a hot topic in the year since they released their first single with a new vocalist, “Heavier.” There was skepticism around replacing the previous frontman, but Matt came into his own as the band released single after single ahead of the long-awaited release of To Better Days. Today, we caught up with Matt and asked about the album lead-up:
Finally, the time has come for SLAVES to announce details on their first album with new vocalist Matt McAndrew.
After releasing a single every few months or so, the band has come into their own and shown that McAndrew is a perfect fit for the act. Songs like “Bury a Lie” and “Heavier” are sure to get stuck in the heads of thousands, like they did mine.
The band has announced that To Better Days will see its release on August 7th. Pre-orders will go live on May 29th alongside the new single “Wasting My Youth.”
There’s a reason McAndrew almost won The Voice. Discover why with any of these stellar SLAVES singles. This is a band not to miss.