LA band New Language nail our daily state in new single “Stuck With Yourself,” where they take us down into a self-loathing, hypocritical road sparkled with explosive riffs. Even though the track seems super appropriate for 2020, the track was originally written prior to quarantine and originated after witnessing a friend from being stuck in a toxic situation. The trio built on the concept further by applying the Munchausen syndrome, which is a disorder where people pretend to be affected by an illness or trauma in order to gain attention. Enjoy:
Speaking of the single, the band shared: “At the end of the day, you only have yourself…so you better be happy with who you are and what you do. You have to control your own destiny, in a sense.”
“Stuck With Yourself” is the title track of their upcoming sophomore LP, which they’ll be sharing more details soon.
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