Go on a journey to hell with DIY rock group Swearin’s new song
Hear “Future Hell” now.
DIY rock group Swearin' is back and getting ready to drop Fall into the Sun, their third studio album, after deciding to take a break as a group in 2012. Singles "Grow into a Ghost" and "Untitled (LA)" have been released ahead of the project, and today the group shares the third album cut, "Future Hell." Co-songwriter to Allison Crutchfield, Kyle Gilbride, takes the lead on this one, his stretchy vocals serving as a lively vehicle for the group's vivid and descriptive storytelling, at once fantastic and surreal. "I hit the crumbling town / People seemed like they were somewhere else / Eyes were glowing jewels overwhelmed," he warbles in the second verse, painting a picture of an underworld that, honestly, is very intriguing.
"Future Hell," Gilbride writes via email, is about "Visions of an unseen place and time, learning lessons of disenchantment from a new and hostile world. Finding a way back, friendship and independence reveal marks on the trail." Listen to it above.
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