Five-piece alternative/punk rock outfit Carrington have announced their debut EP Alter-Ego drops May 24th and released the first single with “44 Days”.
“44 Days” is a track that touches on expressions of anger felt by front man Emmett Carroll towards friends that have proven to be selfish, ignorant and disinterested. Carroll says “… In the period of time that I wrote this, I felt who I considered to be my friends had little interest in me or my well-being. When I ﬁnished tracking this song and heard it all back it actually felt really good, I think I had gotten out what I wanted to say … they might never hear it, but it’s oﬀ my chest and I feel better for it.”
The single comes accompanied by a video clip shot by Nick Henrisson and Nick Lay and was produced, directed and edited by Carrington’s own in-house creative Jordan King (drums). The video shows Carroll wandering around the suburbs listening to “44 Days” on his journey towards home, juxtaposed against Carrington playing through their single in an empty living room in true pop-punk style.
Carrington, Perth Australia Here’s a music video of “44 Days” of the up-coming EP “Alter-Ego” dropping May 24th.