Norwich quartet Prey Drive have release a video for their new song ‘Socrates’, which comes from their forthcoming ‘Neon God’ EP.
Vocalist Bradley Smith had this to say of the song and its meaning.
“‘Socrates’ is about growing older, while your body is slowly falling apart. Trends coming back into fashion that you remember the first time around. Experiences that you have to go through in adult life, like marriage, divorce and unfaithfulness making your perception of life and love slightly bitter. Relying on medication so your body doesn’t destroy itself prematurely. Wanting to go back to a simpler time. It’s all about having the years of life experience and wisdom on your side but not the optimism you had in your youth.”
You can check out ‘Socrates’ and its video below.
The band’s new EP, ‘Neon God’, is out on May 28th 2021 via Lockjaw Records.
You can pre-order the EP online now from the label’s webstore (here).