Big Drink releases new single "Different Circles" off upcoming EP It Was Supposed To Be Easy out June 3rd
In a statement from the band's publicity team at Earshot Media, it was announced that the UK band Big Drink dropped a new music video last week and will be having a new EP coming out this June.
Here is the official statement:
UK pop-punk outfit Big Drink has released a new single + video titled "Different Circles." The track appears on the band's upcoming EP 'It Was Supposed To Be Easy,' which comes out June 3rd.
Vocalist Josh says, ""Different Circles" is a twisting journey exploring the thoughts and feelings behind giving up. Aimed at trying to explain the upwards battle faced in life and creative endeavours, the track hints at dissatisfaction and isolation in making music during lockdown and the piling pressure of trying to push through bad habits and repetitive behaviours to succeed. All bundled up into a pop-metal track."
The upcoming EP was recorded at Steel City Studios (BMTH, Hot Milk) and was produced, mixed and mastered by Alias Studio (owned by Chunk, No Captain Chunk!)
Stream the video for “Different Circles” here: https://youtu.be/4lJMKDQ4WWc
Stream the single on DSPs: https://distrokid.com/
21st - Bristol - The Crofters Rights w/ Sharkbait and Trashed
24th - Manchester - The Peer Hat w/ Youth Illusion
25th - Liverpool - Jimmys w/ Youth Illusion
27th - Leicester - Firebug w/ Youth Illusion
28th - Northampton - The Lab w/ Youth Illusion
18th - Bromley - Carved Dive w/ Neversaid
19th - Brighton - The Pipeline w/ Neversaid
24th - London - Engine Rooms w/ The Bottom Line
2nd - Nottingham - The Angel Microbrewary
4th - High Wycombe - Pick It Up Festival
About Big Drink:
Hailing from the quaint market towns of Newbury and Hereford, Big Drink (formerly A New Hope) are in stark contrast to their tranquil origins. The lively six-piece came together with one true goal; to pen and perform catchy as hell pop-punk music that is upbeat, energetic, and full of down-tuned riffs.
Big Drink soon chiseled out a sound of their own, while embracing their influences. Despite the global pandemic, 2021 saw the band selected as a finalist in the Impericon Next Generation competition and secure themselves a support slot on Punk Rock Factory’s debut UK tour.