With just one day to go until they release first new full-length in almost five years, easycore noisemakers Four Year Strong have just shared another new single.
Written all about removing that voice of doubt from your train of thought, Four Year Strong’s new song is aptly titled “Get Out Of My Head.”
Commenting on the guitar-heavy track, vocalists/guitarists Alan Day and Dan O'Connor said, “‘Get Out Of My Head’ is a song about a voice of self-doubt that tries to keep you from moving forward or getting anything done. It’s about struggling to turn that voice off. You try and pretend its not there but it’s so loud that it eats away at any ability you have to be who you want to be. It consumes you entirely.”
Day and O’Connor added, “It’s about doing everything in your power to shut that voice up and overcome. You know the feeling.”
To check out Four Year Strong’s new skull-pounding video for “Get Out Of My Head,” be sure to look below. Afterward, make sure to pre-order Brain Pain and grab tickets to see the band out on tour with Silverstein and I The Mighty here.