every time i die, curlin for a cure tid the season

While we still have absolutely no news on the release date of a new Every Time I Die record, we now have 21 seconds of a new song.  

If this new clip isn’t enough to entice you, the new ETID record, according to Keith Buckley contains “16 of the best songs we’ve ever written.” 

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Every Time I Die have been very secretive regarding their upcoming album. We know it’s going to be good. We know it’ll focus on the Trump administration coming to power. And, we’ve received a gnarly breakdown teaser last month. 

In addition to that knowledge, back in December, the band debuted a new song live at their annual ‘Tid The Season holiday shows.

Then, in February, Every Time I Die played another new track live which fans noted is potentially titled “Planet Shit.” As per usual with Every Time I Die though, they tend to give unfinished songs ridiculous titles as placeholders.

Now, we have another little tease of what is bound to be an incredible record. 

Every Time I Die took to Twitter to ask a question that all ETID fans would find ridiculous. 

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“Ok let’s get serious for a second. Is 16 songs too many? Fire off in the comments,” the tweet reads. Of course, 16 songs is not too many. The tweet also included a 21-second teaser clip which you can hear below. 

In addition to all of the aforementioned teasers and news, Every Time I Die guitarist Jordan Buckley also used a creative method to hint at the new album.

Earlier this week, Buckley gave fans a look at a handful of new drawings he’s working on while developing his skills on drawing out words. The words he’s working on are new Every Time I Die lyrics.

In the post, Jordan Buckley says he’s spending his “quarantime” using their new album’s lyrics to build his typography skills.

You can see his post below.

While the lyrics to their last album, Low Teens, told a deeply personal and incredibly written story, the new record is focusing on the “Trump administration coming into power.”

The vocalist says he understands some prefer to keep politics out of music but feels it affects every aspect of daily life. While Low Teens has some of Keith’s best writing, he hints that the new album may top it.

“I didn’t think I’d ever be able to write better or more charged lyrics than what I wrote for Low Teens, but that record was about personal uncertainty. This one is about universal uncertainty.”

You can read the full interview here.

Tell us what you think about this new Every Time I Clip in the comments below!

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