NEW YEARS DAY Releases New Song 'Skeletons' Off Forthcoming Album

November 9, 2018

NEW YEARS DAY has just dropped a new song, "Skeletons", off the band's forthcoming full-length album, which is slated for release in the spring.

Said NEW YEARS DAY frontwoman Ash Costello: "I have been working for over a year, constantly writing new music.

"We want everyone to know that a new wave of music will be coming to you soon and I thought our new song 'Skeletons' would be a great intro to the new world of my band, NEW YEARS DAY. More than anything, I wanted the era of NEW YEARS DAY to be rock that is also fun to listen to.

"'Skeletons' is about wanting to know all the parts of someone, even the parts they deem to be negative. It's saying that when you are into someone, you're into ALL of them, and want to love the dark in them as well as the light. It's a fun rock song with a heavy riff intro, a bouncy lead vocal line and a soaring chorus."

The Anaheim, California rockers will be hitting the road with HALESTORM and IN THIS MOMENT starting on November 16 in Norfolk, Virginia and wrapping on December 16 in Saint Petersburg, Florida. The band will be hitting major markets such as New York City, Dallas, Orlando, Detroit, and more. This will conclude a full year of touring with the all-female-fronted U.S. tour.

Formed in Orange County, California by Costello, NEW YEARS DAY shook the scene with its Century Media debut, "Victim To Villain", in 2013 featuring the breakout single "Angel Eyes". The five-piece later cemented its place in the heavy music landscape with the "Epidemic" EP and critically acclaimed "Malevolence" full-length in 2015, clocking more than 20 million views on YouTube. As new challenges and new worlds beckon, the band released its most recent EP, "Diary Of A Creep", in January to pay tribute to the artists who shaped them thus far.

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