In case you were having a good day, we made you a playlist to mess that up. We’ve assembled a list of ten songs to compliment those rainy April days, or for whenever you’re just feeling plain sad. (Which, given our target demographic, is probably decently often.) Check out these emotional tunes and don’t forget to smile! Or cry. Whichever.
The Devil Wears Prada have returned to Rise Records to release their upcoming EP, Space. The Space EP will be available August 21st and the preorder is available now. On the record is the new single “Supernova,” which you can stream below and which follows their last standalone single, “South Of The City.”
Where do you think the band’s sound is headed? How do you think it will compared to their famed Zombie EP? Let us know, and catch them on Warped this summer!
The Devil Wears Prada released a 7″ of their new single “South Of The City” exclusively for Record Store Day (April 18th). While the physical copy was only available for the audiophile’s holiday, the digital download is now available for purchase on iTunes and for streaming on YouTube below. The new single was preceded by a documentary of the same name from the band’s recording sessions.
The single is a significant turn in style for the well known metalcore band. The sound of “South Of The City” is more stripped down, contemplative and unassuming than some of their past tracks for which they have become known (“Outnumbered,” “Hey John, What’s Your Name Again?”, “Born To Lose”). The feeling the song exudes is a lingering one, a sensation and a sound like falling rain, as vocalist Mike Hranica repeats the line “When it rains, I feel better” for a good part of it’s 4+ minute duration.
Do you like the new TDWP sound? Let us know what you think of the new song and what else you picked up for Record Store Day!