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Pop Punk Quartet SHADED Reveal New Single And Announce Forthcoming EP








SHADED Release New Single 'Better With You' And Reveal New EP Details



Surrey born pop punk quartet SHADED revealed their new single 'Better With You' earlier this week. The single is taken from the bands forthcoming EP release 'The Better Man In Me', due for release on the 1st September 2017.

The song title and it’s lyrics both revolve around and portray the idea of missing a relationship, whether it be intimate or a friendship, and the feeling of regret that comes with that. You can listen to it now here below..

URL: https://soundcloud.com/dominopr/shadeduk-better-with-you-single










SHADED are something slightly different to your run of the mill pop punk. Think of the guitar riffs and vocal melodies of a State Champs track, throw in some WSTR style drums and the pop vibes of a 5 Seconds Of Summer single, and you've got yourself the new SHADED EP in a nutshell.

"If, somehow, even just a few people can relate to and connect with our music, we’ll be over the moon." explains vocalist Matt East. "If you like emotive pop punk with catchy melodies and hooks, supported by hard-hitting riffs and big chorus’, you’ll probably find us in your little sister’s playlist."




LIVE DATES:
JULY
23rd - The Black Heart, London - Supporting The Decoy
AUGUST
12th - Burned-Out Festival, The Anvil, Bournemouth




'The Better Man In Me' track listing:
1) Better With You
2) Here’s To Starting Again
3) Tendencies (The Times I Caved) [Feat. Miles Kent]
4) Too Far Distant
5) Bitter Cold
6) Deal My Hand


'The Better Man In Me' is self-released on the 1st September 2017.



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