Canadian rock quintet RARITY have released a lyric video for their brand new single ‘Worn Down’, out now via New Damage Records. ‘Worn Down’ follows the band’s recent single ‘Leave It Alone’, which marked the first new material since their 2019 full-length The Longest Lonesome.

Check out the lyric video for ‘Worn Down’ here: https://youtu.be/zemRh1HCqRg

The band comment:

“‘Worn Down’ is about humanity. It’s about relationships between humans. Relationships with harsh edges. The kind you maybe don’t want to think about, but I find myself writing about nonetheless. Two people with mental instabilities passionately trying to make a life with each other. They come to terms with how to treat and support one another all while pushing through their own mental health problems. It’s about the aggressive and problem-ridden push and pull of an otherwise loving relationship. About how mental insecurity and illness can wear a relationship down and damage their sense of togetherness and empathy – something you’ll regret absolutely in retrospect, but ignore in the moment. You can look at the other person and swear you feel nothing at all, even though you know you love them.

“Without getting too morose, It’s about damage. That’s the long and short of it.”

Stream ‘Worn Down’ here: https://orcd.co/rarityworndown

RARITY wasted no time when they formed in 2014, releasing their debut EP Alive In Your Eyes through Rise Records and hitting the road shortly after. The band then returned to the studio with Derek Henderson (Knuckle PuckReal Friends) and State Champs‘ Derek DiScanio to work on their debut album, I Couldn’t Be Weaker.

After a tough couple of years, armed with lessons learned, a newly-cemented line-up and an explosive second album, The Longest Lonesome, the heralded post-hardcore quintet had a fresh lease of life. Touring with the likes of SilversteinState ChampsEmarosaVanna, and more, RARITY quickly built their devoted fanbase and are ready to take on the world.

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