Four Year Strong can’t shake the infectious “Get Out Of My Head”
The band give a whole new meaning to an earworm of a song.February 27, 2020
With only a day remaining until Four Year Strong release their next full-length Brain Pain, the New England favorites are dropping off one more pre-album debut, “Get Out Of My Head.”
The track follows lead dual singles, “Talking Myself In Circles” and the title track, as well as “Love To Learn The Lie.” Literally taking up residency in the video protagonist’s brain, the band play through the infectious new single.
Vocalists/guitarists Alan Day and Dan O’Connor revealed the meaning behind the track captures that self-doubt that many of us face.
“‘Get Out Of My Head’ is a song about a voice of self-doubt that tries to keep you from moving forward or getting anything done,” the band says. “It’s about struggling to turn that voice off. You try and pretend it’s not there, but it’s so loud that it eats away at any ability you have to be who you want to be. It consumes you entirely. It’s about doing everything in your power to shut that voice up and overcome. You know the feeling.”
Brain Pain marks the follow-up to the band’s 2015 self-titled album. They returned to work with Will Putney who helped the band produce 2010’s Enemy Of The World.
The new album drops Friday via Pure Noise, and you can preorder it here. Check out the song you literally won’t be able to get out of your head below.
For the first time ever, FYS are hitting the road with fellow punk lifers Silverstein this spring beginning Friday. The new issue of AltPress has Day and Silverstein frontman Shane Told interviewing each other and wondering why it’s taken them so long to tour together. You can order that right here and check out their upcoming shows below with tickets here.
02/28 – London, ON @ London Music Hall
02/29 – Montreal, QC @ Le National
03/01 – Quebec City, QC @ Imperial
03/03 – Boston, MA @ House of Blues
03/04 – Albany, NY @ Upstate Concert Hall
03/06 – New York, NY @ Webster Hall
03/07 – Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
03/08 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Fillmore
03/10 – Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live!
03/11 – Charlotte, NC @ The Underground
03/13 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
03/14 – St Petersburg, FL @ Jannus Live
03/15 – New Orleans, LA @ Civic Theatre
03/16 – Houston, TX Warehouse
03/19 – Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey Live
03/20 – San Antonio, TX @ Vibes
03/21 – Oklahoma City, OK @ Diamond Ballroom
03/22 – Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine
03/24 – Las Vegas, NV @ Brooklyn Bowl
03/25 – Phoenix, AZ @ Marquee
03/27 – Los Angeles, CA @ Belasco
03/28 – Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues
03/29 – San Francisco, CA @ Regency
03/31 – Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom
04/01 – Seattle, WA @ The Showbox
04/03 – Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot
04/04 – Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre
04/05 – Kansas City, MO @ Truman
04/07 – Chicago, IL @ Concord Music Hall
04/08 – Cincinnati, OH @ Bogarts
04/09 – Detroit, MI @ Royal Oak
04/10 – Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues
04/11 – Toronto, ON @ Danforth
05/23 – Leeds, UK @ Slam Dunk
05/24 – Hatfield, UK @ Slam Dunk
05/26 – Haarlem, NL @- Patronaat
05/27 – Cologne, DE @ Gebaude 9
05/28 – Berlin, DE @ Cassiopa
05/30 – Paris, FR @ Slam Dunk
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