For Hard Feelings, Looking For A Place In This World Can Be A “Living Hell”

[Cover photo credit to Todd Follett]

Connecticut Hardcore Punk band Hard Feelings have shared their new single “Living Hell”, the band’s first release on new label Heroes + Martyrs. The song is reminiscent of early Hardcore-Punk pioneers like Black Flag and Teen Idles, laced elements of the ‘90s New York scene.

The track will appear their upcoming EP, The Devil You Know, out later this year and it was recorded and mixed by Will Hirst of Gate 4 Studio as well as mastered by Brad Boatright of Audiosiege.

Speaking on the lyrics, the band states:

Living Hell is about battling with the struggle of everyday life. It’s the anxiety that comes with feeling like you don’t have a place in this world and coming to terms with that reality. In short, having to wake up every day and knowing today is going to punch you in the face.

Upcoming Shows:

5/27 – Wallingford, CT @ Wamleg w/ Anxious, Wreckage + more

7/7 – East Haven, CT @ The Beeracks w/ Cruel Hand, Ambitions, Lift + more

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