Montreal pop punk band Dear Youth have announced their new EP, You Could Wish Me The Best will be out June 29th on Anchor Eighty-Four. Check out the full feature over at Substream.
When asked about the track, vocalist Jared Zuckerman said: ‘”Out of Sight, Out of Mind” is a song about taking control of your own life and not being influenced or controlled by the ones closest to you, to take the path of safety or the sure thing. Many of us feel we need to make our parents proud but what about ourselves? This song describes the lies we tell ourselves when we’re doing something to please others as well as the realities of loneliness when we may be doing something to please ourselves.”
For Music, Streaming, Downloads, Merch and more, click :: https://found.ee/dearyouthband Stay Connected: https://found.ee/A84_Website https://found.ee/DearYouth_Website https://found.ee/DearYouth_Facebook https://found.ee/DearYouth_Twitter https://found.ee/DearYouth_Instagram – LYRICS – I’ve dubbed myself a martyr Those sixties dreams in colour Always offered front row centre We’ve all felt welcome Institutions telling me something different It’s persistence. Our distance. For instance.