Mallory Knox have revealed a candid, emotional new song, 'Better Off Without You'.
You can give it a listen right here:
It'll appear on the band's new album, 'Wired', released March 10 via RCA.
The single was inspired by bassist / vocalist Sam Douglas's experiences seeking professional support for mental health issues.
"For something so personal it all felt very impersonal," he's explained.
"Sometimes the biggest part is the realisation that you are fucked up," frontman Mikey Chapman added, of the album's themes, "and you do need to sort yourself out if you’re ever going to find a pathway to happiness, that leads you away from the vices that deafen you daily."
They'll be touring the UK soon, with Lonely The Brave and Fatherson in support. Those dates are:
20 - BRISTOL Academy
21 - CARDIFF Tramshed
22 - NORWICH UEA
24 - BIRMINGHAM Institute
25 - SHEFFIELD Leadmill
26 - CAMBRIDGE Corn Exchange
28 - ABERDEEN Garage
29 - EDINBURGH Liquid Rooms
31 - NEWCASTLE University SU
01 - LIVERPOOL Academy
02 - PORTSMOUTH Pyramids
04 - OXFORD Academy
05 - LONDON Koko
06 - LONDON Koko
You can read more about the story behind 'Wired' in the new Rock Sound! Here's how you can get it: