Crown The King are going to be releasing their debut EP 'Groundhog Day' early next month, and they've just dropped the title track.
A mesh of the most melodic and bruising parts of modern pop-punk coated in a stark and sincere set of thoughts and feelings, it's a bit of a belter.
Guitarist Seán Hodson:
"The track is really about feeling stuck. I think everyone has had that feeling at some point where you think there’s no viable way forward and you don’t want to take a step backwards. There's always an expectation to be hitting certain arbitrary life goals, sometimes from others, sometimes self-imposed, but it can be quite debilitating and I really wanted to capture the frustration in that.”
And vocalist Dan Gannon added this:
“Over the past year or so, a lot of people have gotten into routines of doing the same thing over and over again, which I guess some people do enjoy, but it's not for me, so I really relate to this track."
Here we go then:
'Groundhog Day' drops on February 02, and will also feature 'Running On Empty':
The band have also covered Westlife's best song 'When You're Looking Like That', and it's ace: