Cincinnati-based pop-punks, 7 Minute Martians, is ecstatic to have teamed up with New Noise Magazine to premiere their debut single “Hold On” off of their upcoming album! The new track is available to listen to here: http://bit.ly/2DlyOBR.
“This song is about ‘the one.’ I think everybody has that one that they truly love and adore and that love is undying. And of course, there’s turmoil, insecurity, and fear, but in spite of all of that, you hold on to them and come out the other side together as one,” shares vocalist, Wil Viars.
The track comes off of their debut album Curious, out this spring – an album that encapsulates the grieving heart, the lovelorn heart, and the heart longing for truth that finds comfort in a kindred soul.
At just 14-years-old, 7 Minute Martians’ founding members Wil Viars and Ted Ball had discovered an unbreakable brotherly bond over guitars and pop-punk bands such as blink-182 and Sum 41. Now, after a 15-year-long roller coaster, they are gearing up to release their debut album that has been in the works for 7 of those years. In 2016, when getting ready to record, they connected with talented old friends Jordan Loper and Nick Neumeister, who completed their puzzle, and set 7 Minute Martians into space.
Curious is set to be released on March 15, 2018. For more information, please visit: https://www.facebook.com/7minutemartians/.
All for Nothing
Damn Near Perfect
Girl of My Dreams
Hasta La Vista
If Only Now
Lost and Found
Never Miss A Beat