Edinburgh pop punk band Woes have released their new music video for “Over It”, the final single off their latest EP Self Help, released this past May via UNFD.
“‘Over It’ was one of the first songs we wrote for Self Help, and it was the first song we wrote where we made a conscious effort to try and write something that didn’t sound like a traditional pop punk song,” states Woes frontman David “DJ” Jess. “We’ve always been into heavy music and we wanted to write something heavy, that still sounded like us.”
“Ironically, the lyrics in this song are probably the most optimistic we’ve ever written, in spite of it sounding way more aggressive musically. It’s about identifying negative traits or aspects of your personality, that don’t benefit you in any way, and getting rid of them. For me, I spent a lot of my youth not doing things because I was afraid I would fail at them, and a lot of the lyrics focus around that, and how I’ve tried to push those feelings out of my life the last few years“.
Over It is featured on Woes’ EP Self Help, out now: https://unfd.lnk.to/SelfHelp There’s a black cloud, hanging over my head strip me back and there’s not much left. What’s the point of going outside? The world won’t change if I live or die.