Alternative rock band Sir Sly have released a new song today called “Little Deaths” via Interscope Records. CLICK HERE to listen to the second track off their upcoming album out in 2021. The melodic and intimate “Little Deaths” is the follow-up song to their critically acclaimed single, “Material Boy”. CLICK HERE to listen. To watch a visualizer for “Little Deaths”, CLICK HERE.
Sir Sly lead singer and guitarist Landon Jacobs said of the track, “To put it simply, “Little Deaths” is a song about letting go. For as long as I can remember I’ve been obsessive about habits, relationships, and most everything else in my life. When I started writing the lyrics for “Little Deaths,” I wanted to talk about quitting smoking, but it quickly transformed into a song about quitting a myriad of things. Ultimately it became a song about quitting the way I tell myself negative stories. Music has always been the most immediate way I feel connected, but the story I’ve told myself for so long is that I’m alone, inherently bad, and generally prone to screwing things up for myself. This song turned into a breath of fresh air, a commitment to being easier on myself and the people around me, and a celebration of the human ability to grow, learn from our mistakes, and change over time.”