New Jersey post-hardcore boys Palisades have their fourth studio album ‘Erase The Pain’ coming out next month, and they’ve just offered us all another peek into what to expect with a new song.
The single, titled ‘Fragile Bones’, is the second single taken from the record, following on from ‘War’ which was released a few weeks ago.
Vocalist Lou Miceli, Jr. had the following the say about the song.
“‘Fragile Bones’ is about the pressure people feel to be a different version of themselves for whatever reason that may be. Whether to succeed, fit in, play a part, etc. That’s where the lyric ‘You take my fragile bones and you make them your own. You wanted everything ’til nothing’s left of me’ is from.
The external pressures to live to a different standard than who we want to be can be suffocating and feel as though the weight of the world is on our shoulders. And, while that is not really okay, it is something everyone in this band has experienced in multiple levels at different times while we have been on this journey together, so we addressed it head on.”
You can stream and listen to ‘Fragile Bones’ below.
The band’s fourth studio album, ‘Erase The Pain’, is out on December 28th 2018 via Rise Records.
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