Vancouver-based punk-rock band Relaxation Straightforward have launched their new monitor “Get Busy Dyin,’” the primary single to be launched from their forthcoming Sick Day EP. The upcoming EP is about to be launched on February 12 below Mutant League Information.
Based on a press launch, Sick Day EP was recorded by Tim Creviston from Combined Indicators and mastered by Paul Miner from Loss of life By Stereo and Thrice.
“Get Busy Dyin’” is a conventional angsty punk monitor. It consists of aggressive drums and guitar that are accompanied by loud and scratchy vocals. Like in a number of punk rock tracks, “Get Busy Dyin’” sends a powerful message. “I don’t really feel sorry for you/ I don’t really feel sorry/ I don’t really feel nothing anymore/ I received’t really feel one thing anymore.”
Whereas it isn’t mentioned who the tune is immediately about, it’s clearly someone who has brought about a number of points. “Make a multitude of every little thing you contact and everybody you’re keen on/ Left in your wake, have a heartbeat/ For who you gave to me this identify/ It’s so arduous to present when all i do know you wish to do is take.”
Relaxation Straightforward options members of bands Daggermouth and Shook Ones. Daggermouth is a Vancouver-based pop punk band that shaped in 2004. Shook ones shaped in Bellingham, Washington in 2004. The band has since relocated to Seattle, Washington.
Sick Day EP Observe Record:
1. Get Busy Dyin’
3. Unhealthy Concept
4. Sick Day