Unless your best buds with Cupid or have your own personal love guru, there’s probably a pretty good chance you’ve had your fair share of bad relationships over the years. No stranger to broken bonds and failed friendships, East Coast pop-punk outfit Real Talk have put together a new track regarding just that.
Titled as “Bury Me Easy,” Real Talk’s new single (which is taken from their forthcoming Arrivals EP due out later this year via Anchor Eighty Four) focuses on preserving something you know isn’t going to last.
“[’Bury Me Easy’] is about the point in a relationship where you continue to hold on despite knowing things aren’t going to work,” says guitarist Stephen Cormier. “It’s the first song we wrote for our new EP and bridges the gap between our new material and our old material.”
To check out the new track and accompanying music video directed by Burke Cullinane, be sure to look below. Afterward, for more from Real Talk, head here.
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7/13 - Montreal, QC @ Atomic Cafe
7/14 - Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground
7/15 - Worcester, MA @ The Raven