Get Better Records Debuts Another New Single From Its Forthcoming Split

Courtesy: Get Better Records

Get Better Records debuted the sixth single from its forthcoming split Sunday, Someday this week.

The label premiered the record’s new single, ‘To Carry (On and On)‘ Wednesday. The premiere of the song, performed by Koji, follows that of the record’s other singles, ‘Between The Lines,’ ‘Mountains,’ ‘Let Go,’ ‘Masc 4 Masc,’ and ‘Burn It Down, Grow a Garden.’

SundaySomeday is scheduled for release March 26 through Get Better Records. Pre-orders are open now.

‘To Carry (On and On)’ was recorded by Koji, and is the act’s second song featured in the record. The song’s musical arrangement is a catchy mid-tempo composition. That is thanks in part to its steady, simple time keeping and subtle guitar line paired with its equally subtle vocals.

Speaking of the lyrics, no comment is provided about the song’s lyrical theme featured in the news release announcing the single’s premiere.

Sunday, Someday‘s full track listing is noted below.

Sunday, Someday’ Tracklisting:

1. Nervus (ft. Erik Garlington from Proper.) – Between The Lines

2. Nervus – Love Thy Neighbour

3. Potty Mouth – Let Go

4. Potty Mouth – Saroce & Smokes

5. Full On Mone’t – Masc 4 Masc

6. Full On Mone’t – Swimming Lessons

7. Solstice Rey – Mountains

8. Solstice Rey – Phoenix

9. KOJI – To Carry (On and On)

10. KOJI – Burn it Down, Grow a Garden

More information on this and other titles from Get Better Records is available along with all of the label’s latest news at:

Websitehttps://gettbetterrecords.bandcamp.com

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/getbetterrcrds

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