POP EVIL: New Song 'In Disarray' Available For Streaming
July 15, 2015
"In Disarray", a brand new song from Michigan-based rockers POP EVIL, can be streamed below. The track is taken from the band's upcoming album, titled "Up", which will be released on August 21 via eOne Music. Recorded at Studio Litho, Robert Lang Studios and London Bridge Studios with producer Adam Kasper (PEARL JAM, SOUNDGARDEN, FOO FIGHTERS),the CD is "the sound of a rock band cementing a powerful identity that's steadily materialized over the course of three prior full-length slabs," according to a press release.
POP EVIL frontman Leigh Kakaty told Billboard about "In Disarray": "It definitely has a different musical texture than anything we have previously released.
"There's something about this song that didn't make us second-guess releasing it as our next instant-gratification track.
"We are humbled by the success so far, and can't wait to spread the word with these songs with our live show."
Kakaty also revealed that "Up" came from "a personal reawakening." He explained: "Our last album, 'Onyx', was written from such a dark place because of the struggles to get to the next level in our career. We really were in the trenches making that album. It was so important when writing this new album to put the darkness behind us and start focusing on a positive mind-set. One step at a time, and we look forward to the future through hard work and persistence. We're coming!"
"Up" track listing:
01. Footsteps 02. Core 03. In Disarray 04. Take It All 05. Ghost Of Muskegon 06. If Only For Now 07. ... 08. Ways to Get High 09. Lux 10. Vendetta 11. Dead In The Water 12. Seattle Rain 13. Til Kingdom Come
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