Springfield emo rock group Bottom Bracket have debuted a second new track from their upcoming album, I Don’t Care Enough To Stay yesterday on internet website “The Alternative.” Check out that brand new track, called “Doggie Heaven” online right here. From The Alternative:
Their debut album, I Don’t Care Enough to Stay (out 3/27 via Rat King Records), grapples with the tough decisions a punk must face as they transition into adulthood, approaching it through their own experiences of watching the scene they invested so much into slowly fade away. Today we’re premiering “Doggie Heaven,” following the album’s twinkly lead single “Failures,” which details guitarist Mario Cannamela’s childhood dog passing away and what it’s like to deal with death that closely for the first time. Opening with intricate finger-tapping and off-kilter rhythms, the track’s combustible arrangement sounds like it could explode at any minute, taking the restless energy of emo and math rock and stuffing them into the familiar structure of pop-punk seamlessly.
The band debuted the song and music video for “Failures” earlier this year with the announcement of the new album, which comes out on March 27th through Rat King Records. The big album release show is happening here at Dumb Records on March 28th along with Looming, Nectar, Marble Teeth, and Belle.