Night Verses have shared another new track from their upcoming album – listen to ‘Panic and Pull Your Heart Out’ below. The band’s new full-length, ‘Into The Vanishing Light’ is set for release on 8th July.
“‘Panic And Pull Your Heart Out’ is a song about breaking through self-pity and finding your inner strength,” explains vocalist Doug Robinson.
“Our producer, Ross Robinson, dissected the lyrical content and helped me realise that I was often writing on this sense of a “negative autopilot” that a lot of writers fall into. He helped resurrect me from that lyrical abyss and this song’s lyrics are the result of that resurrection; That’s why there’s mention of gravestones and being “underneath”. It was a way of expressing the clawing out and escaping self-pity with a positive fire.”
“I think my favourite line in the song would be, ‘Burning bones, we bathe in fire underneath the city streets.’ I really connected with that line when writing because it gave me such a strong visual of turning my own negativity into an explosive burst of positive energy. ‘Panic and Pull Your Heart’ out refers to stopping at nothing to make that transition.”
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