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Bad Sounds have dropped a brand new track, 'Permanent'

It's taken from their new EP 'Escaping From A Violent Time Vol. 1'.
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Published: 5:14 pm, January 18, 2020
Bad Sounds have dropped a brand new track, 'Permanent'

Bad Sounds have dropped a brand new track, 'Permanent'.

It's taken from their new EP 'Escaping From A Violent Time Vol. 1', and follows up on the recently revealed 'Breathe' and 'Sympathetic Vibrations'.

Talking about the song, they explain: "It’s primarily about acceptance - learning how to accept your own shortcomings, and your own personality. Sometimes I feel like I just mirror the people around me in social situations, and started to worry that I didn’t even really have a personality of my own."

On the EP, they continue: "We wanted Get Better to feel as optimistic and timeless as possible, so we wanted Escaping From A Violent Time to feel more visceral, and of this moment."

You can stream the full thing below.

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