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WATCH: Cold Years Hang Out On The Aberdeen Coastline In Their New Visual For ‘Life With A View’

Jack Rogers
Jack Rogers 12 August 2020 at 11.41

'Paradise' is almost here. 

Cold Years are set to release their debut album 'Paradise' On September 04 via Inside Job/eOne. 

That's not far away. 

In light of that, the band have released another track from it. 'Life With A View' is a chest-thumping reminder to try and live the life you love and love the life you live. 

Frontman Ross Gordon has opened up about where the song stemmed from:

"I wrote this song when I was in a really bad place, and it essentially is a piece of advice.

"‘Don’t spend time with people, in places you don’t want to be, doing things you don’t want to do’. I wasted far too many years accepting misery as a reality and this song was a bit of a Fuck You to that. It was an important lesson for me and it really taught me to value every second of life and to be thankful just even to be alive. 

I cut a lot of negativity out of my life, and maybe yeah I’ll admit there’s still a bit to work on, it’s a journey and this song is my guidebook on how to get through it.”

Have a listen below and watch the band spend some quality time together on the beaches of Aberdeen:

Fancy getting caught up with some of the other tracks set to appear on 'Paradise'? Of course you do.

Here's 'Too Far Gone':

And here's 'Nights Like This':

And here's '62 (My Generatiuon's Falling Apart):

It's going to be great.

You can pre-order the record from our mates over at EMP from right HERE


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