Nautical Mile are stoked to premiere the video for their latest single, “Shattered,” from their new record, The Only Way Is Through, out October 25.

“‘Shattered’ is about looking back on time spent in any form of relationship and reflecting on both the good and bad times,” the band says. “The song speaks about the sense of nostalgia that comes with looking back on any period of your life and ultimately drawing a line under it and moving on. The song was the last written for the album, and we feel that it captures some of the feeling of reflection we had when looking back at the entire album writing process and the story of the band to this point.”

Nautical Mile are a Pop-Punk band hailing from Perth, Western Australia. The band formed in late 2015, releasing their first self-titled EP at the beginning of 2016. Following this, in 2017, their second EP, Playing for Keeps, was dropped. In between releases, Nautical Mile have shared the stage with artists such as Trophy Eyes, Hawthorne Heights, Senses Fail, and Hellions, to name a few.

Over the past 12 months, the band has toured Australia on numerous occasions. The band have been described as…. “something like if A Day To Remember and Neck Deep fornicated in Australia, they’d be the offspring the two bands would have conceived.”

Nautical Mile are set to release their debut album The Only Way Is Through, in October, 2019, followed by an Australian national tour.

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