Yellowcard Release Title Track From Forthcoming EP, ‘Childhood Eyes’

After recently announcing their forthcoming EP, Yellowcard have now released the project’s title track.

‘Childhood Eyes’ is set for release on July 07 via their new label Equal Vision Records, and will be the first project from the Florida band since their self-titled record in 2016. 

Have a listen to its uplifting title track, released today, via its video below.

Across the five tracks, the EP features guest vocals from Vic Fuentes of Pierce the Veil and Chris Carrabba of Dashboard Confessional.

Explaining the creation of the new track, the band’s frontman William Ryan Key has explained how he woke up one night with the chorus playing in his head. He said:

“I grabbed my phone off of the night stand and started typing away, squinting in the dark. This was months before we even started demoing the EP. 

“When we started writing I threw the idea in the hat at the last minute, picked up a guitar to try and put music to the melody in my head for the first time, and Childhood Eyes was born. 

“This is a song about being defeating, let down, and deceived time and again, but still managing to find your creative soul and carry on. I think it captures the spirit of Yellowcard, both old and new.”

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