Bearings just released two brand new songs “So Damn Wrong” and “I Feel It All” ahead of their fall tour with Grayscale

They also released a video for “So Damn Wrong” that shows the band performing in a parking lot on some old school cars, officially introducing their two new members. 

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Singer Dougie Cousins says the song was “intended to be a tongue and cheek take on one of my favorite videos ‘93 ‘til infinity’”. 

It's funny how some songs just come together. A solid change of surroundings helped focus on getting the sounds and words we felt we were right,” Cousins said. 

As for “I Feel It All,” Cousins said the song happened totally naturally. 

"Some songs happen so naturally it's together and formed before you really have a chance to think about it, sometimes life can be the same way,” he said. “We're so excited we were able to piece these together and get them out for our fans and ourselves before setting off on our first US tour in a good while. I'm so incredibly proud of these songs - they're an accidentally on purpose stumble into a sound that we love."

The two new tracks mark the band’s first new music since their drummer Connor Kington departed from the band in January for personal reasons. It's also the first with two recently added members—guitarist Ryan Fitz and drummer Michael Mckerracher. 

The band’s last release was 2018’s Blue in the Dark. You can listen to both tracks below and see the new video for “So Damn Wrong”. 

Bearings will be supporting Grayscale on their tour kicking off tomorrow along with Belmont and Rich People. Check out those dates below and grab tickets here.


09/04 — College Park, MD @ Milkboy Arthouse
09/05 — Richmond, VA @ Richmond Music Hall
09/06 — Durham, NC @ Sophomore Slump Fest @ Motorco Music Hall
09/07 — Orlando, FL @ Soundbar
09/08 — Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
09/10 — Austin, TX @ Barracuda
09/11 — Dallas, TX @ Club Dada
09/13 — Scottsdale, AZ @ Pub Rock Live
09/14 — West Hollywood, CA @ The Roxy Theatre
09/15 — San Diego, CA @ Voodoo Room @ House Of Blues
09/17 — Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
09/18 — San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill
09/20 — Portland, OR @ Paris Theatre
09/21 — Seattle, WA @  Chop Suey
09/23 — Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court
09/24 — Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater
09/25 — Kansas City, MO @ The Rino
09/27 — Burnsville, MN @ The Garage
09/28 — Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
09/29 — Detroit, MI @ The Shelter
09/30 — Lakewood, OH @ Mahall’s

10/02 — Allston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
10/03 — New York, NY @ Gramercy Tavern
10/04 — Hartford, CT @ Webster Underground
10/05 — Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts

What do you think of the new Bearings songs? Will you be seeing them on tour this fall? Sound off in the comments down below and let us know!

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