Track: Miss Vincent – Gravity

Punk Rock band Miss Vincent have dropped a brand new single ‘Gravity’ and announced their
highly anticipated debut album ‘A Funeral For Youth’ due 17th September via Silent Cult.

When discussing ‘Gravity’ singer Alex mentions:

“It’s about the challenges of going through life as you get older, how your relationships change with others and the world around you. The sense that sometimes you feel a nagging weight that tries to keep you from powering forward, changing things in your life that need to be changed, and being honest and open about things that are hard to discuss.”

Full of 50s cool with a laid back beat and huge sounding chords. Alex Marshall’s powerful yet fragile vocals are backed with superb Beach Boy harmonies on the lush chorus. A huge melodic punch that demonstrates this bands huge talent and gift for songwriting. A song to fall in love with or simply just fall in love.

Check it out, here

Find out more via the bands Website or Facebook

Pre order the album here

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