Jam-packed with killer hooks and a frenzied pace

After returning earlier this year to release their highly praised comeback single ‘Street Haunting’, their first in five years, Canadian outfit Slow Down Molasses are back once again to announce the details behind their next studio album ‘Minor Deaths’, previewed by the new lead track ‘Son Of Titanic’.

Following up the release of their critically-acclaimed 2016 LP ‘100% Sunshine’, ‘Minor Deaths’ is a face-melting return to form for a band ready to pick up where they left off. With its grizzled post-punk sound, drawing on a wildly diverse arsenal of influences such as Gang Of Four and Sonic Youth, their next collection will continue their rich and raucous direction with gusto.

The new offering ‘Son Of Titanic’ marks one of their shorter cuts to date. Clocking in at just 62 seconds, this fast-paced and blistering gem is jam-packed with killer hooks and a frenzied pace, showcasing the brash, nervous energy we can expect on their new LP.

Speaking about the new song, the band’s Tyson McShane said, “Son of Titanic is equal parts a personal call out and a call for help.  Lyrically the song dives into conflicting feelings at those points where you feel like you’ve lost perspective on yourself or ability to live up to your beliefs.  This was partially inspired by my typical feelings of self-doubt, but also equally by the amazing (and necessary) protests that have happened over the last couple years to re-examine the status quo and what is good and equitable. When coming from the privileged position all of us in this band tend to be in, it’s important to be questioning ourselves and if we are doing as much as we should to address inequality in society, even though that can be uncomfortable at times and leave a person in a discombobulated state.”

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