Check out singer Jonny Davis' thoughts on free track 'My Disclaimer' below and head over facebook.com/thecallbackacademybrighton for all the necessary news, tour dates, information, banter and the like.
"This track really shows the direction the band is heading towards as we merge our love for pop punk with a heavy-yet-melodic side. We recorded the track at Outhouse Studios in Reading and the meaning behind the track is quite personal for me. With this song I wanted to take a different approach to writing lyrics and try to focus on a subject that affects everyone, the political message is clear I think, especially in the monologue that takes place towards the end of the track. I wanted people to listen to the lyrics and think 'yeah I guess I can relate to that'. We are really excited for people to listen to this EP, we feel that it's our best work and we're really proud of it. Most of all we want people to know this is just the beginning and it's only going to get bigger and better!"
As the end of the year edged into sight, we had one more round of tour madness before the festival downtime kicked in. Here's what you missed in November (spoiler: contains pop-punk, tears and BABYMETAL)
Unless you've been living under a rock for the past week or so, you'll know that Danny Worsnop is out of Asking Alexandria and now sailing at full-speed into the world of his '80s swag-rock lovechild We Are Harlot. Here at Rock Sound we're personally as hyped as we could possibly be, and with Danny telling us EVERYTHING in the latest mag, there's no reason why you shouldn't be too. If you need any more convincing, take a look at these eight reasons why we should all be riding the We Are Harlot train well into 2015.