We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of Switch Bones’ new song “Do What You Did” (listen below). The track is taken from the band’s forthcoming full-length album And In Darkness I Found, which is scheduled to be released on September 28, 2018 through White Russian Records. You can pre-order the album here.
“Do What You Did” is a song about addictions, whether it’s sex, alcohol, music or whatever you can get addicted to and how you grow and feed something that in the end is pretty destructive but satisfying at the same time.
When asked about the new record, Erik van Haaren explains:
Musically it goes from Bad Religion to the Beatles, from Nirvana to Neurosis and from Pink Floyd to Nine Inch Nails; music with a 90’s vibe but a 2018 state of mind and viewpoint. ‘And In Darkness I Found’ is basically a break up record. Changing the life you have and letting go of the life you had; finding your way through some serious shit. The songs are very personal but I think it’s also very relatable. You know; sex, love, drugs, alcohol, assholes, being the asshole, rock and roll, falling in and out of love, falling down and getting up. All the jolly stuff!
About the band:
The band – built around members that gained experience in bands like Undeclinable Ambuscade, One in a Million, Cooper, Tarantino and BluefisH – has been off to a great start.
Ever since getting together in 2016, songwriter Erik van Haaren, drummer Geert Teekens and bassist Paul Viets have been turning heads.
Top photo by Max Fransen