As It Is – Dial Tones | New Music
Transatlantic pop-punk As It Is have released their first single after being signed to Fearless Records. The single titled “Dial Tones”, comes from the band’s debut album Never Happy, Ever After, which is set to be released later this year, and is one of the best pop punk tracks we’ve heard this year. Frontman/YouTube sensation Patty Walters has explained that the track is all about the pains of being away from your loved ones when you’ve got some work to do:
“We wrote ‘Dial Tones’ quite late in the writing process, which is massively apparent in the lyrics. The five of us hadn’t seen our girlfriends in nearly four months, knowing we’d see them even less this year, which we all started handling quite badly. I think it was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to deal with – making the decision to hurt the person you love most to follow your dream. The lyrics were mine and Ben’s way of dealing with the guilt and shame we both felt, that all five of us felt, every day. Dial Tones is a song I have a tremendous amount of pride for. It feels like a pat on the back when it gets stuck in someone’s head. I’m genuinely so excited to finally be releasing the first glimpse into our album“.
As It Is are the first UK band to be signed to Fearless Records after signing to the labe back in October. Fearless Records is also the home of Pierce The Veil and Tonight Alive. The Brighton-based bandf are touring this week supporting Save Your Breath. Catch them at the following dates below, and listen to their amazing new single “Dial Tones” here.
22 – MANCHESTER Sound Control
23 – GLASGOW Audio
24 – LEEDS Key Club
25 – BIRMINGHAM Asylum
26 – BRISTOL Exchange
27 – NOTTINGHAM Basement
28 – SOUTHAMPTON Joiners
29 – LONDON Old Blue Last
30 – CARDIFF Clwb Ifor Bach
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