Teenage Wrist Announce New Album, Earth Is A Black Hole
Californian alt.rock duo Teenage Wrist have announced details of their upcoming second record, Earth Is A Black Hole, and are streaming the infectious title-track.
The band – Marshall Gallagher (guitar, vocals), and Anthony Salazar (drums) – will be releasing the follow-up to their 2018 debut Chrome Neon Jesus on February 12 via Epitaph, with ace title-track Earth Is A Black Hole available to hear now.
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“Everything will eventually disappear into nothing and that can make you feel small and insignificant,” says Marshall. “But that same fact should be motivation to tell the people who are important to you that you love them and savour these beautiful moments in your life because they’re never coming back.
“All we have is this moment and that’s the most important thing: To be present and be positive and transcend the black hole bullshit because it’s all going to end one day.”
Watch the video for Earth Is A Black Hole below, and pre-order the record here.
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