As Sirens Fall continue to go from strength to strength in the lead-up to their new EP release with another dramatic track.
As Sirens Fall are gearing up for the release of a new EP called ‘coming of (r)age’ next month, and they have shared another little taste to keep you hungry until then.
And it’s a real beauty.
It’s called ‘heaven (spat us back out)’ and is a slow-burning and stirring ballad of the highest order.
Dripping in drama and decadence and showing off the band’s knack for the theatrical as much their songwriting prowess, it’s a change of pace that is ever-so welcome.
Vocalist Mikey Lord had this to say about it:
“I started writing ‘heaven (spat us back out)’ just as our last EP ‘l’appel du vide (part 1)’ was releasing. That EP was a project about grief, and ‘heaven’ very much comes from that same place. It’s about giving up on the hopeful delusions that often come packaged with grief. It’s about realising you’re coming of age in a dark world and choosing to face it all and grow up anyway – choosing to live.”
Here we go then:
‘coming of (r)age’ will be released on November 04.
It will also feature ‘boywhatever’, which sounds like this: