“Maybe Sometimes is our biggest callback to our first album out of all the songs on our upcoming record,” the band says. “The song touches on our personal experiences dealing with depression and anxiety, along with our methods of coping with them. There’s also a ripping guitar solo, so it’s got a bit of everything.”
Neutral Snap are an up-and-coming, four-piece pop-punk band from New Orleans. The fusion of music styles and songwriting influences belonging to Joshua Latham (vocals), J.P Brown (guitar), Dominick Conforte (bass), and Ray-Ray Boudreaux (drums) is on full display at all times.
Neutral Snap stormed onto the scene in December of 2018 with the release of “Yellow Suitcase,” the first of three singles to come from their debut album. “Yellow Suitcase” would go on to garner significant attention and positive reviews within the industry. Following the release of their second single “Perfect Spiral,” the group would go on to sign with Orange Music Records out of New Orleans, Louisiana.
In early 2020, Neutral Snap released their debut album, Sorry, I Passed Out, through Orange Music Records and Amplified Distribution. The album features saucy hits such as “Butterscotch” and fan favorite “Westin House,” which lead the band to announce their 22-date Sorry, I Passed Out Tour.
On October 22, the band will independently release their sophomore album Tell Me How I Feel. The album comprises 11 high-energy songs dealing with topics such as romantic and familial relationships, mental health, and adjusting to post-lockdown life.
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