The Story Changes Debuts New Single, ‘The Longest Year’

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The Story Changes debuted its latest single this month.

The band — Mark McMillon, Christopher Popadak (Hawthorne Heights), Chris Serafini (The Stereo) — debuted its new single, ‘The Longest Year‘ Feb. 4. The song is the band’s first new music since the debut of the band’s then latest single ‘Golden Age‘ in March 2020. The song is featured in the band’s 2018 album To Hell With This Delicate Equation.

The musical arrangement featured in ‘The Longest Year’ is a unique presentation. At times featuring a distinct power punk style approach and sound and at others exhibiting a clear Deftones influence, it is a composition that is a good fit for any mainstream active rock radio station’s playlist.

According to information in a press release distributed Friday about the song, its lyrical theme focuses on “conquering your own anxiety and navigating depression during these uncertain times.”

‘The Longest Year’ was mixed and produced by the band’s longtime friend Jamie Woolford (Gin Blossoms, The Smoking Popes, Punchline).

More information on The Story Changes’ new single is available along with all of the band’s latest news online at:

Websitehttps://www.theStoryChanges.com

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/thestorychanges

Twitterhttps://twitter.com/thestorychanges

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