Just in time for their appearance at Slam Dunk Festival this bank holiday weekend, pop-punks State Champs have dropped a new song for us all to all enjoy.
The new track, titled ‘Mine Is Gold’, is the latest cut to be taken from the band’s upcoming third full-length album, ‘Living Proof’, and is about being bullied and doubted singer Derek DiScanio explains.
“If you’ve ever been betrayed, bullied, or doubted by someone close to you, ‘Mine Is Gold’ is for you. This one hits home for us in a range of ways and gives us a sense of pride after the musical risk we took on the chorus of this song especially. We took a lot of influence from bands like Cartel and Saves The Day on this song and the way they can shape dynamics and changes in energy.”
You can check out ‘Mine Is Gold’ below.
The band’s third full-length album, ‘Living Proof’, is set to be released on June 15th 2018 through Pure Noise Records.
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