Knuckle Puck have signed to Pure Noise Records and celebrated with the release of a stunning new track.
Big news from Knuckle Puck HQ.
The band have signed to Pure Noise Records, and had this to say about it:
“We could use this as an opportunity to put forth clichéd and tired expressions of “we couldn’t be more excited” or “stoked to announce..! But we think there is more worth and promise in simply saying this: we are working on a record that will be out next year on Pure Noise and we are immensely grateful to finally be working side-by-side with them.“
And to celebrate, they have shared a new song, following on from the ‘Disposable Life’ EP that dropped earlier this year.
It’s called ‘Groundhound Day’ and finds the band in reflective form, with a song that ebbs and flows beautifully. Though the subject is a little bit more serious, as vocalist Joe Taylor explains:
“Groundhog Day is a song about being in the throes of depression. Repeating patterns, ignoring your well-being, and isolating yourself until you finally make a change.”
Here it is. It is special:
And just because, here’s the band’s cover of blink-182’s ‘Here’s Your Letter’. Because there’s no better time than right now, right?