Today, Press to MECO have released their sophomore album, Here’s to the Fatigue in North and South America via Eleven Seven Music, as a part of an international partnership with UK-based Marshall Records.
The album features the lead single and millennial anthem, “If All Your Parts Don’t Make a Whole”. The band explains, “The song is about having a quarter life crisis, feeling like there’s something wrong with you and being troubled by all the unknown in life. The verses are a person breaking down from these issues whilst the chorus is a consoling voice, saying that everyone has the same feelings and to not dwell on the questions you’ll never have the answers to.” The album’s title track has seen airplay across the UK on Kerrang! Radio, Kerrang! TV, Radio X and ScuzzTV.
Consisting of Luke Caley (guitar, vocals), Adam Roffey (bass, vocals) and Lewis Williams (drums, vocals), Press to MECO are on a relentless pursuit to harness their sound into a punchy, driving and visceral powerhouse. Their debut album, Good Intent was nominated for the 2016 AIM Independent Album of the Year. Written in the suburbs of London and following a temporary relocation to the U.S., the band’s sophomore effort Here’s to the Fatigue was produced by Machine (Miss May I, Protest the Hero, Chiodos) in Dripping Springs, TX and mixed in Asbury Park, NJ.
Here’s To The Fatigue Track Listing
- Familiar Ground
- Here’s To The Fatigue
- If All Your Parts Don’t Make a Whole
- Skip The Crawl
- A Place in it All
- A Quick Fix
- Itchy Fingers
- The Things That We Don’t Talk About
- White Knuckling
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