Young Culture is singing proper by way of the breakup ache on their moody new single “21 Days,” premiering solely on Billboard right this moment (Dec. 5).
The pop-punk band that includes vocalist Alex Magnan, guitarist Gabe Pietrafesa, guitarist Troy Burchett and drummer Nick Cavin hit arduous with a bruised ode to like come and gone over the course the track’s titular three weeks. Frontman Magnan stretches his angsty vocals over the track’s repetitive guitar riffs. Magan’s pressing supply, coupled together with his emotionally-loaded voice makes “21 Days” reminiscent the pop-punk greats the early-to-mid 2000s corresponding to New Found Glory and Sum 41. Capturing the track’s sharp sting heartbreak, Magnan sings, “Looking up at you now/ Because you’re heaven-sent however your halo’s down.”
“21 Days” is Young Culture’s first launch f their new EP, (This Is) Heaven, set for launch on Jan. 18. The 5 observe EP loosely tells the story Magnan’s life over the previous 12 months, embracing all the great, and particularly the dangerous issues, which have occurred to him.
"Writing this track was an ideal alternative to take a darkish state of affairs and make it into one thing lovely,” Magnan tells Billboard. “I assume you possibly can say that’s the theme for the brand new EP, which is why we felt ’21 Days’ was an ideal track to launch at the moment.”
Listen to “21 Days” and take a look at the (This Is) Heaven album artwork under.