Tasmanian punks Luca Brasi have announced fifth studio album Everything Is Tenuous will arrive February 2021.
To coincide, they’ve shared a cathartic, reflective new single titled ‘Every Time You’re Here (I’m Gone)’ alongside a stripped-down video that sees the four-piece performing the song.
Everything Is Tenuous will follow up the band’s 2018 album Stay. In addition to ‘Every Time You’re Here (I’m Gone)’, the album will also include previously-released singles ‘This Selfish Love’, ‘Dying to Feel Alive’ and ‘Tangled; Content’.
“A lot of the record is about the fragility of life, I’ve been thinking about how a lot of things stay, a lot change, and a lot just completely disappear,” commented frontman Tyler Richardson explained in a statement.
“I don’t necessarily think any of the above is bad, there’s zero you can do to change it, but all the same, it’s on my brain a lot. Everything really is tenuous and sometimes a lifetime feels like a lifetime, sometimes a lifetime feels like a second.”
Watch the video for ‘Every Time You’re Here (I’m Gone)’ below. Everything Is Tenuous is set to be released Friday, 12th February – pre-orders are available now.