New Noise Magazine is pleased to be bringing forth the atmospheric “Still” by The Press War. The song has plenty of soft, catchy pop-sensibility within it’s decadent ambiance. The melodic guitar parts help bring a depth to the synths, adding an extra amount of life to the track’s pulse.

“‘Still’ came out of a two year period of really bad writers block. We’d come off two short tours, and nothing I did felt good enough. It was just two years of straight anxiety about what I was capable of. I mean, whether I even WAS capable of doing anything I thought was worthwhile. We went and recorded a few demos, I stressed about them every day, and this song was the result of that. It’s one of my favorite tracks, it’s the most different sounding thing we’ve ever done, and I’m incredibly grateful for, not only my bandmates, but our producers Chris Curran and Kyle Blamy. They put up with my existential panic, actually forced me to finish this song, and believed in my ability. Even when I didn’t!” – The Press War

Founded on a shared belief in rock and roll, The Press War formed and released their first EP, New Again in 2013 and a follow up, “When It All Goes to Hell” in 2015. Performances with PVRIS, From Indian Lakes, You Me at Six, and A Loss for Words were followed by tours with The Spill Canvas and You, Me, and Everyone We Know.

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