Fuel Premieres New LP’s Lead Single, ‘Hard’

Courtesy: e2 PR

Fuel premiered its latest single this week.

The band debuted its new single, ‘Hard’ Friday through Loudwire. The song — available to stream and download here — is the lead single from the band’s forthcoming album, Anomaly, which is scheduled for release in October. Its official release date is under consideration.

‘Hard’ is Fuel’s first new music in seven years. It follows the release of the band’s then latest album, Puppet Strings (2014). The album produced three singles: ‘Soul to Preach To,’ ‘Cold Summer,’ and ‘What We Can Never Have.’ All three songs were released in 2014.

Fuel guitarist Carl Bell composed the band’s new single. He talked about the song and its creation during a recent interview.

“HÅRD” is one of those songs that came to me and I just sang the idea into my phone,” said Bell. “I hear songs in full form in my mind: I know what the bass is going to do, what the drums are going to do, the groove, the guitars, vocal melody, and for this song, I sang the complete chorus lyrics into my phone as well. I even sang the guitar solo idea. Sometimes it works that way. I still have the phone recording and date.”

The vocals for ‘Hard’ were recorded by John Corsale.

The musical arrangement featured in ‘Hard’ will appeal to Fuel’s established audiences. Its guitar riffs and vocals immediately throw back to the band’s infancy. Speaking of which, the song’s lyrical theme addresses the topic of looking back while also looking forward and trying to balance the two.

More information on Fuel’s new single is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Website: https://www.fuel-official.com

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

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