Melbourne, Australia based band Press Club has recently released their latest single ‘I Can Change’, taken from the brilliant upcoming self-produced album, ‘Endless Motion’ due out 14th October 2022 on Hassle Records.
” I Can Change is about constantly being on the road, and needing to slow down/stay still because of the challenges it brings, emotionally and physically – fighting that feeling and wishing you could change cause it all you ever dreamt about. Then BAM, covid comes along, smacks you in the face and takes it all away from you! And obviously you’ll never take it for granted again, if you ever get it back cause it’s everything you ever wanted.” says Natalie Foster (singer).
Melbourne, Australia- Rock band Press Club have announced new, self-produced album ‘Endless Motion’ due out 14th October 2022 on Hassle Records.
Alongside the announce, Press Club release single ‘Eugene’, a satisfyingly fuzzy and raucous track, packed with punchy guitars and unfalteringly energetic drums, all held together by lead singer Natalie Foster’s emotionally raw vocals. It’s a track that makes you feel those tense moments of insecurity but also that triumphant feeling of letting go. Foster says ‘Eugene’ is about “being stuck in a cycle of having so many things running through your head/things you need to say but being unable to express them in fear of being taken the wrong way.”
Check out the Cover Art, Tracklisting and Stream the tracks ‘Eugene’ as well as ‘Cancelled’ below.
1. Eugene 2. Coward Street 3. Untitled Wildlife 4. Glasgow 5. Endless Motion 6. Cancelled 7. Lifelines 8. Afraid Of Everything 9. I Can Change 10. Less These Days
At 0:00 ‘Cancelled’s heart-rate monitor starts ticking. The song is a rigid dynamo. A creative embellishment on their previous releases, with a refined attention to detail. The crude elements of Press Club are on the catwalk as lead singer Natalie Foster demands “who said Ican’tdo this better? Who says Ican’tlive forever!”
‘Cancelled’ is the first of Press Club’s new self-produced works to see light of day, and despite its title, bears no reference to show cancellations, nor cancel culture. The song’s lyrical content is actually an honest stocktake of one’s former self, in crystallite retrospect. In the engine room Frank Lees (drums) and Iain MacRae (bass) lurch ‘Cancelled’ forward like two indefatigable pistons. The deft guitar work of Greg Rietwyk, at times hostile, becomes the perfect melodious compliment for Foster at the most opportune moments.
The new single is delivered with the perfect visual accompaniment shot by longtime collaborator, friend and video director Nick Manuell the video clip for ‘Cancelled’ captures the fierce grit of the track.
Check out the UK Touring Dates below.
Wed 8 June – The Joiners, Southampton UK Thu 9 June – The Horn, St Albans, UK Fri 10 June – Download Festival, Donnington UK Sat 11 June – The Walks Stadium, Kings Lynn U
After confirming that the 2021 iteration of Download festival will not be taking place this year,the festival have revealed some more of the names who will be playing Donington Park in 2022.
Joining the already announced headliners KISS, Iron Maiden and Biffy Clyro will be…
Deftones Korn The Pretty Reckless Rise Against Black Label Society Theory Monster Truck Power Wolf Wayward Sons Those Damn Crows The Raven Age Megadeth Steel Panther The Distillers The Darkness Airbourne Daughtry Skillet Lacuna Coil Bush Of Mice & Men Wednesday 13 Ayron Jones Massive Wagons The Last Internationale Control The Storm The Ghost Inside Funeral For A Friend Descendents Boston Manor Sleep Token The Faim grandson Trash Boat Holding Absence Marianas Trench Wargasm Loathe Jamie Lenman The Hara Press Club Salem Cemetery Sun Blackout Problems Dead Posey Static Dress Electric Wizard Sepultura Blues Pills Dying Fetus British Lion Bleed From Within Twin Temple Bokassa Venom Prison Spiritbox Tempt Fire From The Gods A.A. Williams Higher Power Kill The Lights Dead Poet Society Joyous Wolf Modern Error Cellar Door Moon Crew Lotus Eater The Scratch Dead Label Phoxjaw JJ Wilde Anchor Lane Temples On Mars As Everything Unfolds Injester