Blackout Problems have released their brand new single ‘BROTHER’, taken from their forthcoming album DARK out January 15th via Sony Music/Music For Nations.
‘BROTHER’ is an upbeat guitar-driven anthem, armed to the teeth with gigantic riffs and even bigger choruses. Blending the energetic intensity of Bring Me The Horizon and Enter Shikari with the melodic potency of Twenty One Pilots, they delve into how relationships change as you grow older and remind us that it’s never too late to reach out.
Explaining the story behind the single frontman and guitarist Mario Radetzky says, “I couldn’t believe it’d been five years since I last saw one of my best friends from school, so I picked up the phone. We started talking and automatically picked up the conversation where we probably left it off a few years ago, except life had completely changed for the both of us.
“We had both driven our big post-school relationships into madness, went through a hole afterwards and did the whole growing up thing apart from one another – “There’s more to love if you do it, brother“ – Growing up together and growing apart from each other when life and love throws things at you is what our song ‘BROTHER’ is about.”