Woe Streaming New Song "Exhausted"
Stereogum is now streaming “Exhausted,” the second song to be premiered from Woe’s forthcoming new album, "Withdrawal." Give the song a listen at this location.
"Withdrawal" is set for release on April 23rd, was produced by vocalist/guitarist Chris Grigg, and mastered by Colin Marston.
Discussing the track, Grigg says, “‘Exhausted’ is one of the most dynamic and diverse tracks on the album. It has the fastest, most aggressive moments of the album but also some of its most subtle. The lyrics are a straightforward statement about giving up, moving on, while the music -- the first written collaboratively as a band -- moves quickly and dramatically, representing life's abrupt twists.”
The first new material by the band since 2010’s "Quietly, Undramatically" (reviewed here) finds Woe reunited with cover artist/illustrator and friend Justin Miller.
Enthusiastic about the fast approaching release date, Grigg notes, Wwe are very excited to be getting closer to the release of Withdrawal. Early reviews have been exceptionally positive and confirm our suspicion that this is our strongest work to date. We will soon announce our first regional tour in support of the album with more pending and look forward to presenting this material live, as it was intended.”
To preorder the CD or limited edition vinyl pressing of "Withdrawal" visit the Candlelight Records U.S. webstore here. The track listing is as follows:
1. This is the End of the Story
2. Carried by Waves to Remorseless Shores of the Truth
3. All Bridges Burned
4. Ceaseless Jaws
5. Song of My Undoing
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