Pinkshift have shared a brand new single referred to as ‘Nothing (In My Head)’. Watch the video for the monitor beneath.
The Baltimore pop-punk band has additionally signed to Hopeless Data, and shall be embarking on a tour throughout the US and UK. View the complete itinerary beneath.
“‘Nothing (In My Head)’ is a cry for assist,” the band stated of the brand new monitor. “It’s concerning the feeling of wanting out, wanting a change in surroundings, wanting to flee from feeling locked inside, claustrophobic, and overwhelmed. This music is sort of a hand reaching out to anybody keen to understand onto it and say they really feel the identical means. We hope folks hear that and really feel rather less alone.”
Within the video for the fast-paced monitor, vocalist Ashrita Kumar sings: “Tried to cease attempt to cease trying up, it’s been hurting my neck on a display screen, on a display screen on a display screen gonna scream gonna scream that I / I really feel so numb” because the band scrolls by means of social media and watches the information.
Pinkshift tour dates
1 – Bournemouth, UK – The Anvil
2 – Manchester, UK – Deaf Institute
3 – Leeds, UK – Slam Dunk Competition
4 – Hatfield, UK – Slam Dunk Competition
6 – London, UK – The Camden Meeting
8 – Wilmington, DE – The Queen
9 – Virginia Seaside, VA – Elevation 27
10 – Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle
Earlier this yr, NME tagged Pinkshift as an important rising artist for 2022, noting their nostalgic emo sound and evaluating them to My Chemical Romance, whereas including: “In the event you’re an grownup who spent your youth obsessive about the Warped Tour emo gang, tacking up posters of Gerard Method and Hayley Williams in your bed room wall, then Pinkshift will awaken one thing long-dormant inside you.
“For a brand new technology of youngsters who haven’t but fallen in love with rock music, Pinkshift might be the band that comes alongside and modifications all the things. Their angst is perfectly-placed, their riffs are rock-out-ready, they usually steadiness their nostalgic sound with a totally endearing ardour and pleasure.”