Urethane Debuts New Single, ‘Inheritance,’ Companion Video

Courtesy: Night Owl PR

Punk rock band Urethane premiered its latest single and video this month.

The band premiered its new single, ‘Inheritance’ and its companion video Jan. 6 through Alternative Press magazine. The song features a guest appearance by Pennywise front man Jim Lindberg.

‘Inheritance’ is featured in Urethane’s debut album, Chasing Horizons, which is available now. A limited number of vinyl copies of Chasing Horizons is available here.

The musical arrangement featured in ‘Inheritance’ is a rich composition. Lindberg’s familiar vocal style pairs with the surf/skate punk style and sound (much in the vein of Chaser) to give the song in whole a unique identity. That blend of leanings gives the arrangement in general a sound and style that is sure to engage and entertain audiences.

According to information provided about the song’s lyrical theme, it focuses on the sociological matter of whether nature or nurture causes our behaviors, which was addressed by guitarist Steve Caballero.

“The premise of ‘Inheritance’ is rooted in the idea that all of our flaws, negative character traits, addictions, unhealthy behaviors, bad ethics/morals are passed down to us either genetically or through learned behavior from our parents,” he said.

The video for ‘Inheritance’ is its own familiar style presentation. It features the band live onstage as the song plays over the visualization.

More information on Urethane’s new single, video and album is available along with all of the band’s latest news at https://www.facebook.com/urethanepunk.

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