Californian quartet Hail The Sun have released new single / video ‘Misfire’, taken from their album, New Age Filth, released 16th April via Rude Records (UK/EU) Equal Vision (NA).

Watch the video to ‘Misfire’ here: https://youtu.be/xGQYE_epZG4

Purchase New Age Filth here: newagefilth.com and stream here: https://hts.lnk.to/newagefilth

Speaking about the track vocalist and drummer Donovan Melero states, “‘Misfire’ is about feeling so detached from everyone that even while going through the motions of normal behaviors, it feels like you’re watching yourself as an outsider. We often try to validate ourselves in ways we think are necessary.”

‘Made Your Mark’ follows previous singles ‘Made Your Mark’,  ‘Domino’ and ‘Parasitic Cleanse’, giving a taste of the expansive and genre-defying sounds found across New Age Filth.

When Hail The Sun entered the studio to record what would become New Age Filth, they knew they were setting out to make their most collaborative and diverse album yet. The band, consisting of Donovan Melero (vocals/drums), Aric Garcia (guitar), John Stirrat (bass) and Shane Gann (guitar), spent a month living in an apartment attached to producer Kris Crummett‘s studio which provided a much different experience from the creation of prior albums.

The ten songs on New Age Filth showcase the band’s post-hardcore roots blended with elements of alternative and progressive rock, proving the band’s ability to be extremely technical in instrumentation while also unleashing some of the catchiest hooks they’ve ever created. The lyrics, penned by Melero, centre around the theme of reflection, weaving through painful and emotional experiences of love, cynicism, and touching on how awful humans can be to one another.

Having sold through nine vinyl variants before the album was released, the anticipation for the record marks a milestone in the band’s career not only from a fan perspective but for the band to share these songs and watch as they take on purpose.

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