Yellowcard return with brand-new EP, Childhood Eyes

Yellowcard capture the band’s spirit “both old and new” on new single Childhood Eyes – the title-track from their upcoming EP.

Yellowcard return with brand-new EP, Childhood Eyes
Emily Carter
Acacia Evans

After their closing sets on the Kerrang! Stage at Slam Dunk over the weekend, Yellowcard have announced a brand-new EP.

The returning pop-punks will be releasing the Neal Avron-produced Childhood Eyes in full on July 7 via Equal Vision, with the title-track available to stream below.

Says frontman William Ryan Key of the song: “I woke up in the middle of the night with the chorus ringing in my head. I grabbed my phone off of the night stand and started typing away, squinting in the dark.

“This was months before we even started demoing the EP. When we started writing I threw the idea in the hat at the last minute, picked up a guitar to try and put music to the melody in my head for the first time, and Childhood Eyes was born. This is a song about being defeating, let down, and deceived time and again, but still managing to find your creative soul and carry on.

“I think it captures the spirit of Yellowcard, both old and new.”

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