Post-Hardcore Band Losing Days Unveil New Release ‘Stay Stagnant’

Post-hardcore band, Losing Days present their latest release “Stay Stagnant.”

Formerly known as Foxflower, the band is embracing a fresh sound while staying true to their roots, drawing inspiration from the early 2000s with Post-Hardcore and Emo music.

Composed of Josh Parker on vocals, Wolfgang Mayr and Lee Moor on guitars, Thom Morse on bass, and Scout Infanzon on drums, Losing Days brings together members from diverse backgrounds to create a powerful musical experience.

“Stay Stagnant” is a perfect example of the genre, with moody guitar riffs, heartfelt lyrics, and a modern production twist.

Lead vocalist Josh Parker shares the inspiration behind the track: “Stay Stagnant is about finding the strength to move past someone who only takes from you. We want others to have the courage to stand up for themselves and realize their self-worth.” It’s a sentiment that resonates with fans who may be grappling with similar experiences.

Drawing influence from bands like Senses Fail, Silverstein, and Mayday Parade, Losing Days adds a contemporary edge to the nostalgic sound of early 2000s Post-Hardcore. Their dynamic songwriting and impactful lyrics create a listening experience that speaks to both longtime fans and newcomers alike.

“We hope our listeners can connect with our experiences and find solace or empowerment in our music,” Parker reflects. Whether it’s breaking free from a toxic situation or finding healing, Losing Days aims to provide a soundtrack for personal growth and resilience.

With “Stay Stagnant,” Losing Days continues to establish themselves as a force to be reckoned with in the Post-Hardcore scene.

Listen to “Stay Stagnant” below!


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