Nottingham pop punk act Catch Fire have unveiled the details of their forthcoming sophomore EP A Love That I Still Miss, which is set to be released on 3/24 via Rude Records. Vocalist Miles Kent discloses: “It is a collection of the most honest and heartfelt songs we’ve written.” With the title derived from track ‘Thin Ice’, Kent explains the artwork should ultimately be left open to interpretation for the most part, “but essentially, the shattered flower represents an individual and their perhaps undiscovered fragility.”
As an introduction to the record, the quartet have also revealed their latest single “Guilty As Charged” with Kent declaring: “We didn’t want to reveal too much too early – nor give too little – “Guilty As Charged” bridges the gap between The Distance I Am From You and A Love That I Still Miss, and introduces you to what we’ve got to say this time around perfectly. The song’s meaning is quite bittersweet actually; it’s a song about feeling guilty for feeling happy, when that happiness is upsetting someone else. I’ve been afraid of doing things for myself for far too long, purely out of fear of upsetting somebody else, which has only held me back from doing the things I love in life, when this is the ONLY thing that matters, ever.”
Official stream for ‘Guilty As Charged’ by Catch Fire off their EP, ‘A Love That I Still Miss’. Grab ‘A Love That I Still Miss’: https://catchfire.lnk.to/ALTISM ► Follow Catch Fire on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/CatchFireSpotify Lyrics: I’m sorry, I’m so sorry that I’m happy now. I’m guilty as charged somehow.