Brisbane alternative punk / rock outfit Columbus have released “Care At All”, the second single off their upcoming album, A Hot Take On Heartbreak, out May 25th on UNFD Records.
“Care At All” received its first spin on BBC1 Rock Show. Speaking of the new single, front man Alex Moses said, “‘Care At All’ is lyrically one of the darker songs on the record, but instrumentally it has a surf-grunge feel.”
He continued, “I wrote the song about what it feels like to let down someone you love, and neglect what’s really important to you. I was drinking a mix of apple juice and Whiskey in the studio while tracking vocals, which felt appropriate as the song flirts with the themes of alcoholism.”
Bands evolve from album to album as the lives of its members, and their music tastes, continue to change. That’s particularly true in the case of Columbus, whose debut album was entitled Spring Forever, but its follow-up A Hot Take on Heartbreak has seen the Brisbane trio opting for a dramatic change of season.
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