Promises Unsaid are premiering a new single w/ music video for Mind Play.
Mental health is one of the most important aspects of your life that you both have and don’t have complete control. Battered with unrelenting negative thoughts, eventually breaking down after believing false narrative after false narrative, is the hardest thing to live with and fight through. All we can hope is to keep our heads up and surround ourselves with the people we deserve and love the most.
The song itself, I wrote the lyrics about being stuck up in your head and where all those thoughts really don’t leave,” shares vocalist Caleb Reynolds. “The song, to me, is like my release. I get stuck in my head sometimes, but we’re all human and we all make it out.
This single comes as a follow-up to the band’s debut LP Growing Pains which was released late last year. The band was founded in 2016 by Reynolds and hails out of Binghamton, NY. They take influences from bands like Eskimo Callboy, Falling In Reverse, etc., bands that aren’t afraid to explore different sounds within their music. The band aims to hit the heartstrings with their emotional lyrics while also offering groovy guitar riffs and catchy choruses.
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Promises Unsaid Are:
Caleb Reynolds (vocals)
Adam Gow (Drums/Synth)
Jaden Lynch (Guitar/Back-Up Vocals)
Alex Brett (Guitar)
Photo Credit: Colleen Murray with Aperture Photography