US hardcore outfit Every Time I Die have shared their new song C++ (Love Will Get You Killed), the third track to be taken from band’s upcoming new album Low Teens, which is due out in September.
Largely inspired by frontman Keith Buckley’s experience of having to leave the band while on tour to be with his wife after she experienced a life-threatening pregnancy complication, Low Teens‘ lyrics were greatly shaped by the ordeal.
Although both Buckley and his wife are okay now, the experience had a huge impact on them, as Buckley explains. “If you ever get to a moment in your life where mania and melancholy are coexisting in equal measures, it will feel like the end of the world,” he says, adding of C++ that “this song is about that moment”.
Recorded with producer/engineer Will Putney (Acacia Strain, Body Count), Low Teens is set for release on Friday, 23rd September. Prior to C++, Every Time I Die shared fellow album cuts Glitches and The Coin Has A Say.
Every Time I Die will bring all of their new tunes to Australia in January, when they tour the country with label-mates Letlive.. Listen to C++ (Love Will Get You Killed), below..
Listen: Every Time I Die – ‘C++ (Love Will Get You Killed)’