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Future Generations’ “All The Same” Is A Kooky Reminder To Not Go Back To Your Ex

“I saw you today / Heartbreak on your face”

Photo: Courtesy of Grandstand Media

If you still have one foot in the door with your poisonous ex, then Brooklyn-based quintet Future Generations’ new single “All The Same” is a quirky reminder to get that foot out. For reals. The song has the charming aspect of an arrhythmic tune where the moody lyrics live in harmony with the aerated synths. Stream below:

In regards the song, the band explained that it is “one of the oldest songs on the album. It’s all about fighting this urge to get back into toxic relationships. The song was always about that, but the energy and arrangement of the song went through many changes and took the longest to figure out how to make it feel just right. It has turned out to be one of our favorite songs on the record.”

“All The Same” is from Future Generations’ upcoming sophomore album Landscape, which will be out on September 14 via Frenchkiss Records. They are currently on their summer tour:

6/9 – Jammin Java (Vienna, VA, USA)

6/10 – Laurelive Festival (Cleveland, OH, USA)

6/11 – MOTR Pub (Cincinnati, OH, USA)

6/12 – The Basement (Columbus, OH, USA)

6/14 – Founders Brewing (Grand Rapids, MI, USA)

6/15 – Yacht Club (Iowa City, IA, USA)

6/16 – Record Bar (Kansas City, MO, USA)

6/19 – The Cooperage (Milwaukee, WI, USA)

6/20 – Mac’s Bar (Lansing, MI, USA)

6/21 – Marble Bar (Detroit, MI, USA)

6/22 – Rivoli’s (Toronto, ON, Canada)

6/23 – The Funhouse at Mr. Small’s (Pittsburgh, PA, USA)

7/18 – Fete Lounge (Providence, RI, USA)

7/19 – The Saint (Asbury Park, NJ, USA)

7/20 – Karl Hall (Wilkes Barre, PA, USA)

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