News: Stick To Your Guns share new single and video for ‘Hush’

Orange County, California hardcore band Stick to Your Guns who release their new album, Spectre, on July 29 via End Hits Records, have shared a new single, ‘Hush’ – a powerful track with an equally powerful subject matter.

Stick To Your Guns are without doubt – one of the most influential hardcore bands of our time.

With new album ‘Spectre’, under their belt, Stick To Your Guns have delivered twelve brand new and convincing arguments that should once again establish their relevance in the hardcore scene.

Born out of a collaboration with Drew Fulk (A Day To Remember, Bullet For My Valentine, Ice Nine Kills and many more), Stick To Your Guns showcase the sonically strongest side of their career. With an organic sound and flawless production, ‘Spectre’ is the band’s most contemporary album to date. 

One reason for this is their songwriting approach, which clearly shows that the band does not repeat itself, instead innovatively working on honing and reinventing their own sound. Even if the sound strays away from the common steps of a hardcore band in places, singer, Jesse Barnett, convinces and in crystal clear fashion too, that the principles and sincerity of Stick To Your Guns are always present. “Not many hardcore bands can say that about themselves.” In doing so, the Californians were even more focused and precise than before when writing ‘Spectre,’ as Jesse describes. “We quickly told ourselves that we are Stick To Your Guns and we knew exactly what that means for a new album.”

‘Spectre’ Track Listing:
1) (My Heart Is A…)
2) Weapon
3) Who Dares
4) Hush
5) A World to Win
6) Open Up My Head
7) Liberate
8) The Shine
9) Instruments of the End
10) Father
11) More of Us Than Them
12) No Way to Live

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