Them Evils Voices Frustration Over Pandemic In New Single, Video

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Independent rock band Them Evils has had enough of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The song expressed its frustrations about the ongoing situation through its new single, ‘Pour Out Another One,’ which it debuted Friday, along with its companion video. The song features a heavy, plodding arrangement whose collective drums, bass, vocals, and guitar make for such a rich whole. The addition of the infectious, occasional chants adds its own infectious touch to the whole.

The energy exuded through the song’s musical arrangement compliments the frustration meant to be presented in the song’s lyrical theme, which bassist Jake Massanari discussed during a recent interview.

“‘Pour out Another One’ is best described as an anthemic middle finger to what COVID-19 has done to the music industry over the course of the past year,” he said. “After linking up with Kevin “Thrasher” Gruft (Escape The Fate) and Aaron Edwards, we wanted to write a song that embodied the attitude of just saying ‘f*ck it, let’s throw a few back’ and party our way through this.”

More information on Them Evils’ new single and video is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Website: https://themevils.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThemEvils

Twitter: https://twitter.com/themevils

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