“Stuck in the Winter” is the last of our four ‘season’ songs, following Stuck in Springtime, Summer, and Fall. It was obviously influenced by Screeching Weasel doing the same thing back in the 90s. I think this is the best of the four, and in fact one of my favorite songs I’ve ever written. It’s about the general malaise of winter, which I think affects everyone but I also think gets worse with age. But I’ve also always been somewhat hopeful during winter, when the sunset gets later and later every day. The clip at the beginning is Buckminster Fuller, who has a special connection to Carbondale and is pretty influential to a lot of the themes on the album.”Check out “Stuck in the Winter” below and pre-order Alone In a Dome here (U.K./Europe), here (Australia/New Zealand), and here (U.S. and everywhere else). Follow The Copyrights: Facebook/Twitter/Instagram Images courtesy of The Copyrights.
The Copyrights will release their new album, Alone in a Dome, October 22 via Fat Wreck Chords. Check out their video for latest single “Stuck in the Winter”! The second single from Alone in a Dome, “Stuck in the Winter” follows on from “Halos”, with both tracks giving a taster of the new album, and its trademark Copyrights sound of big choruses and power-pop hooks. Drummer/lyricist Luke Mcneill says of the single: