Teenage Wrist Yellowbelly
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Watch the video for Teenage Wrist’s new single, Yellowbelly

Californian alt.rock duo Teenage Wrist have unveiled the next slice of music from their upcoming second record, Earth Is A Black Hole.

Ahead of the release of their awesome new LP Earth Is A Black Hole next month, Teenage Wrist have dropped a brand-new single, Yellowbelly.

Vocalist and guitarist Marshall Gallagher reveals that the band’s latest effort is a pretty good indication, thematically, of the full-length as a whole. He explains: It came out early in the writing process and really informed the rest of the record.

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It’s partly about death, or the inevitability of it being a motivator for revelling in life. It’s about not letting fear, doubt or ego stop you from making connections, because the opportunity could end at any moment. I’ve personally spent a lot of time being pessimistic and isolated and whatnot, but I decided I’d rather test the limits of my love and free will. That’s going to be a lifelong endeavour I think, and will take some time to learn but it’s better than dying, knowing I didn’t try as hard as I could.”

Earth Is A Black Hole is due out on February 12 via Epitaph. Check out Yellowbelly below:

Posted on January 13th 2021, 11:11a.m.
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