UK pop-punk act, Homebound are gearing up for their forthcoming EP More To Me Than Misery, due out this Friday, August 17th via Rude Records. Today, they are thrilled to a release “Indelible” a notably slower and softer song on the EP about “Taking influence from the word’s meaning, it highlights the significance of people and how their actions can leave a lasting impressions on others for better or for worse,” said Vocalist Charlie Boughton.
The single is a follow up to, “Coming Clean” which is about the anxiety one feels in an inevitable confrontation and “Change of Heart,” which deals with the emotional exhaustion felt when you invest so much of yourself into something and continually have to pick yourself back up. Vocalist Charlie Boughton expands on the meaning of the EP by stating:
“More To Me Than Misery draws on the many pitfalls when searching for happiness in love and life. Last year was possibly the best and worst year of my life for the very same reasons and you begin to fear the very things that once made you who you are. Honesty is a strong theme throughout the record, not just lyrically but I feel it transpires right through to the very core of everything we did with MTMTM. We treated the whole process like it was the last thing we might ever do as a band and I believe that’s made for the best collection of songs we’ve written to date. There’s certainly no hiding the fact that it’s a sharp change from the previous Homebound but it’s definitely the closest representation of the band we want to become.“
Official stream for ‘Indelible’ by Homebound off their EP, ‘More To Me Than Misery’. ► Stream, download, grab ‘More To Me Than Misery’ or stream ‘Indelible’: https://homebound.lnk.to/MTMTM ► Follow Homebound on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/HomeboundSpotify Lyrics: Took one look inside your eyes, Felt a weight lift from my mind, You gave me strength, It all made sense when I’m with you, when I’m with you.