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Hear Basement’s Powerful New Song

Rob Sayce
Rob Sayce 3 October 2018 at 11.41

"​Why can’t I just be here now?"

Basement have released a new song, 'Be Here Now'.

Not to be confused with the Oasis album or yoga guide (popular title, huh), it's a powerful meditation on the struggle for contentment.

"'Be Here Now' is about how hard I find it to feel content with what I’m doing, when I’m doing it," vocalist Andrew Fisher has told Billboard.

"I over-romanticize the past and the future, remembering what has been and looking forward to what will be, in a completely irrational and unfair way. I struggle to enjoy what I’m currently doing because I’m comparing it to a time in my past when I was ‘truly’ happy, or thinking about being somewhere else in the future when I believe I will be way happier than now."

Give it a listen here:



It's taken from the band's new album, 'Beside Myself', out October 12 via Fueled By Ramen.

Here's another song from it, 'Disconnect'.

 
They're touring the UK with Joyce Manor through November - those dates are:

NOVEMBER

16 - MANCHESTER Club Academy
17 - LEEDS Stylus
18 - GLASGOW Garage
20 - BIRMINGHAM Institute II
21 - SOUTHAMPTON 1865
22 - LONDON Forum
23 - BRISTOL SWX

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