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Watch The Video For Employed To Serve’s Savage New Single, Party’s Over

Employed To Serve’s latest effort is about The fast decay of the unsustainable world we live in,” says vocalist Justine Jones…

Woking wrecking-balls Employed To Serve have released a scorching new song, Party’s Over. 

The band’s first new music since last year’s incredible Eternal Forward Motion album is, predictably, savage. Check out the video below, or you can order a special, limited-edition 7″, also featuring a reworked version of previous single Harsh Truth, featuring Stray From The Path singer Drew Dijorio.

Read this: How Employed To Serve’s Eternal Forward Motion took metal forward in 2019

Party’s Over is about the fast decay of the unsustainable world we live in,” explains singer Justine Jones of the song’s meaning. Frustratingly, despite our best efforts, the quest for a sustainable way of living feels hopeless due to what humanity deems a birth right rather than a luxury. What we think we need in order to live just does not seem compatible with our eco system, making me feel like we’re aliens that have taken the planet hostage.”

Watch the video below:

Party’s Over is available to stream and order now. Employed To Serve play Download Festival next June.

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Posted on October 16th 2020, 10:10a.m.
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