WORSE FOR WEAR – DROP FINAL SINGLE “DON’T LOOK DOWN” FROM DEBUT ALBUM ‘SURE TO LEAVE A MARK’ IS OUT FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 3

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DROP FINAL SINGLE "DON'T LOOK DOWN" FROM DEBUT ALBUM 'SURE TO LEAVE A MARK' IS OUT FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 3
Brisbane’s own bouncing pop punk trio Worse For Wear are nearing the release of their debut album ‘Sure To Leave A Mark’, out Friday September 3. As one final teaser, the band are sharing new single, “Don’t Look Down”.

Produced, mixed and mastered by Nick Wilkinson (We Set Signals), the song takes theme from a negative experience and aims to bring some light into the dark. Vocalist Curtis Heinz explains: “‘Don’t Look Down’ is actually an older song we decided to rework and bring back for the album. Paying a little homage to how we have progressed as a band over the years. The inspiration behind the lyrics came from a tragedy that hit close to home. We wanted to flip that experience into a positive feel good tune that we can play for years to come.”

‘Sure To Leave A Mark’ is a record that has been in the process of production for a long time coming. The trio have taken their time to craft a collection of songs that accurately represent the values and drive behind the band. “We have worked hard to consolidate and define the overall sound that is Worse For Wear,” explains Heinz. “I believe this release is the perfect representation of who we are as a band. We hope that people can connect with the songs and take something positive out of listening.
Worse For Wear is Curtis Heinz (vocals), Zac Heinz (bass, vocals) and Clint Hillhouse (drums). The trio have been making music together for seven years and have been working tirelessly to hone their revered pop punk sound. Previous single “Friends” builds on the foundations laid by earlier singles that have found a home on the album, including “Don’t Look Down”, We Got This” and “Happy”.
Releasing their debut EP ‘Empty Eyes’ in 2014, Worse For Wear immediately hit the east coast of Australia, touring with DrawcardNerdlinger and Concrete Surfers. Subsequent US College Radio play saw Worse For Wear reach LA for a promotional run. 2016 would see the band perform their debut headliner in Brisbane. After a sold out performance at their annual Seasick festival, more opportunities arose, seeing them play with Trash Boat (UK), The Hard Aches and Windwaker.

“Don’t Look Down”, “Time” and “Friends” are out now and available everywhere. Debut album ‘Sure To Leave A Mark’ will be available Friday September 3.

 

 

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