May is shaping up to be an outstanding month for Marshall Records and it’s about to get even better. Northern Irish trio Therapy? are back with a brand new single. Mixed and produced by music titan, Chris Sheldon, ‘Callow’ is an explosive re-entry into the rock scene. It’s no surprise that this single sounds so awesome, Sheldon is also the genius who worked on their hugely successful albums ‘Troublegum’ and ‘Semi-Detached’.
‘Callow’ is full of intensity with the fast paced instrumentals leading to the overall frantic sound. Talking about the inspiration behind their latest release, the band said: “After the death of Lil Peep and the media spotlight on Xanax addiction the band thought back to an old Stephen Fry quote relating to his demon-battling days of manic depression and his dislike of anti-depressants and their numbing effect. 'If you take away my demons, you’ll take my angels too.' Does this anxious new age require self-administered oblivion? Have we reached a point where we need to zone out from the constant, warring and divisive noise around us? The sweetest of melodies over a panic stricken tempo and a refusal to kowtow. This is Therapy? in 2018."
You may have heard ‘Callow’ already on Steve Lamacq’s BBC6 Music radio show earlier this week or when the band performed live on the show yesterday. The single is available to buy or stream here. For all their upcoming tour dates, click here.
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