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Employed To Serve have shared the title-track from their new album

Check out 'Eternal Forward Motion’.
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Published: 4:37 pm, April 30, 2019
Employed To Serve have shared the title-track from their new album

Employed To Serve have shared the title-track from their upcoming album. 

'Eternal Forward Motion’ 
is due for release on 10th May via Spinefarm Records / Universal, and is accompanied by a batch of UK shows including festival sets at Slam Dunk, All Points East and ArcTanGent.

Vocalist Justine Jones says: “We’re very excited to present the title-track for our new album ‘Eternal Forward Motion’. This is the last single that will be out before the album’s release, and we feel it’s one of our most ambitious songs yet. We hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed creating it. The song and video is about the idea that no matter how bad your situation is in the present, there is always time to improve. You’ll always wish you started living how you wanted yesterday, so take a step forward in the right direction."

Check out 'Eternal Forward Motion’ below.

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