The Overseer Posts New Song "Paper Thin Houses" Online
With less than a week until the March 4th release of sophomore album "Rest and Let Go," The Overseer is giving fans one last sneak peek of the album with a new song, titled “Paper Thin Houses.” Check it out below, thanks to AltPress.com.
“This was the last song we wrote for the record,” bassist Bradley Riggs tells AP. “We had a few extra days at the beginning of our recording session and basically just locked ourselves in the A room and cranked out what I think is the most fun and unique song on the album. It funnels weird influences at times such as U2, the Peppers, Rage, and even a bit of Paramore (bass-wise). We're all really happy how it turned out!”
The band's previously posted lyric video for "Scarlet Wool" is also still available at this location.
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