Cold Years have released a new track, their first brand new original material since last year's debut album 'Paradise'.
The song is called 'Headstone' and is a driving slab of British punk-rock made to be yelled along to. A song about facing up to the things that you're doing and deciding to change, it's another anthem for the everyday from a band who capture heart and soul like no other.
Vocalist Ross Gordon had this to say about the tune:
"I really had a tough time of it a while back, and I was partying too hard. This song really opens that up and exposes the vulnerability that comes with growing up. It kind of peaks and troughs between the highs of being up, and the lows that come crashing into you the next day, and the guilt associated with that. It’s like - if I keep doing this, I’ll die. I’ll die too young, and I don’t want that to happen. So, I need to get my head in the game and calm it down.”
And here it is:
The band also recently released a new version of their anthem 'Life With A View featuring José Madero. It's so ace:
And here's Ross talking about 'Paradise' via Video Call last year: