Fresh announce debut full length and share new song ‘Fuck My Life’

June 24, 2017
London punks, Fresh announce debut full length, share new song ‘Fuck My Life’
Fresh have just announced their new self titled album due out 18th August via Specialist Subject Records and have shared a new song, ‘Fuck My Life’.
Singer Kathryn Woods explains the song –  “‘Fuck My Life’ is about being in the depths of despair whilst understanding that it isn’t going to be permanent. There’s something really cathartic about leaning into and exploring that sadness instead of trying to block it out.”
Since forming in 2015 Fresh quickly released a couple of home recorded EPs, mixing lo-fi acoustic songs and noisy, urgent pop punk with tracks that rarely pass the two minute mark.With their debut album, the band hone this formula even more. Written over the past two years this is 11 tracks of genuine teenage angst – trying to pass exams, dealing with depression, confusion about your sexuality and identity, and attending bible camp as an angry young atheist.
Taking a slightly less lo-fi approach the new full length was swiftly recorded over 3 days at The Ranch in Southampton (which has seen records made by likes of Creeper, Muncie Girls and Gnarwolves in recent years), clearly capturing the charm and urgency of the band.
‘Fuck My Life’ on SOUNDCLOUD:
‘Fuck My Life’ on SPOTIFY:
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