Ahead of the release of their fifth album ‘Peach Club’ later this week, Kentucky’s Emarosa have dropped another slice of pop-rock goodness with a brand new single, ‘Get Back Up’.
The song initially premiered over on DuJour, and vocalist Bradley Walden had this to say about the track, its inspiration and its message.
“This is by far the most special song on the album for me. I wrote this song for my mom. She raised my sister and I by herself. We hit rock bottom many times, were kicked out of our home, living off food stamps, struggling to get by, but that woman never gave up. No matter how many times we got knocked down, no matter how bad it got she was my rock and she got back up. I wouldn’t be the person I am today if it wasn’t for her perseverance, love, and determination.”
You can stream and listen to ‘Get Back Up’ below.
The band’s fifth studio album, ‘Peach Club’, is set for release on February 8th 2019 through Hopeless Records.