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Teenage Wrist Have Released A Shimmering New Track

Jack Rogers
Jack Rogers 13 January 2021 at 12.08

The band's new album is just around the corner.

Teenage Wrist are set to release their new album 'Earth Is A Black Hole' on February 12 via Epitaph, and they've offered a fresh taste of what to expect. 

That's 'Yellowbelly', a sun-stained, shimmering slice of alt-rock that 

Vocalist Marshall Gallagher had this to say about the importance of the song for the record:

“Yellowbelly' represents the core of Earth Is A Black Hole. “It came out early in the writing process and really informed the rest of the record,”. 

“It's partly about death, or the inevitability of it being a motivator for reveling in life. It's about not letting fear, doubt or ego stop you from making connections, because the opportunity could end at any moment. I've personally spent a lot of time being pessimistic and isolated and whatnot, but I decided I'd rather test the limits of my love and free will.

That's going to be a lifelong endeavour I think, and will take some time to learn but it's better than dying, knowing I didn't try as hard as I could.”  

Check out the video for the track below:


The artwork for 'Earth Is A Black Hole' looks a little bit like this:}

And the tracklisting like this:

01. Squeeze (Intro) 
02. Taste Of Gasoline 
03. New Emotion 
04. Yellowbelly 
05. Silverspoon 
06. Wear U Down 
07. High Again 
08. Wasting Time 
09. Earth Is A Black Hole
10. Stella 

A whole handful of tracks from the record are already out in the world. 

They are the title track:


And 'Taste Of Gasoline':

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