"We find it hard to believe, but some people do care and do want to help us"
Death Blooms have released a new song.
'Anger' is an unrelenting slice of British metalcore, with raozr sharp riffs and arena-ready choruses aplenty.
Vocalist Paul Barrow had this to say about the track's meaning:
“‘Anger’ is about our fear and frailties and how it’s so easy for every single one of us to project all of that into our relationships and to the people closest to us. We can all become a product of our anxieties and our insecurities; feeling afraid to make changes and feeling so lost within it all. It can become so frustrating existing in this perpetual loop of uncertainty and it becomes all we feel and know. It’s impossible to let anybody else in when we’re stuck in this cycle and, unfortunately, our fear becomes our loneliness. We find it hard to believe, but some people do care and do want to help us. We just need to help ourselves.”
Have a listen below:
It's the second track the band have released this year and the second since they signed to Adventure Cat Records. The first was 'Filth':