The Dangerous Summer Drop New Track ‘What’s An Hour Really Worth’

The Dangerous Summer have released the latest cut from their forthcoming album, ‘Gravity’.

The Dangerous Summer

The new track, ‘What’s An Hour Really Worth’, marks the second taste of the forthcoming project following the release of its title track to announce the record last month.

‘Gravity’ is set for release on June 21 via Rude Records, with its latest single said to be a reminder to listeners to live as ferociously as possible and enjoy what time they have on this earth even in the face of challenges that arise.

Have a listen via the video below.

Explaining a bit about how this new track came together sonically, vocalistAJ Perdomo has shared:

“‘This song came somewhat earlier on in the writing process. That original riff really sent us into the chase of this song.

“The way all of the instruments push and pull really reminds me of a futuristic Reach For The Sun track. I remember when we reached the bridge, we really tried to switch it up.

“We try to set limitations to reach new ground sometimes, and the limitation we set was – no cymbals.

“Christian [Zawacki] really dug in and drove us home on that one. Happy that it is finally out.”

To celebrate the forthcoming ‘Gravity’ album, Rock Sound have teamed up with the band to produce a world exclusive transparent violet vinyl, limited to just 100 copies.

The Dangerous Summer Gravity

Available for delivery worldwide, you can get yours while stocks last only at SHOP.ROCKSOUND.TV.

The Dangerous Summer have a number of UK tour dates next month – see the full list below and visit the band’s site to buy tickets.

Mon, May 20 – Plymouth, UK – The Junction

Tue, May 21 – Sheffield, UK – Leadmill

Wed, May 22 – Guildford, UK – Boileroom

Thu, May 23 – Southampton, UK – Joiners

Sat, May 25 – Hatfield, UK – Slam Dunk Festival – South 2024

Sun, May 26 – Leeds, UK – Slam Dunk Festival – North 2024

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