Metallic hardcore quartet BAILER have released a lyric video for their new single 'Crawl Back', their first new material since 2018's self-titled EP. The new single precedes the band's Irish and UK shows which sees them play headline dates, festivals and shows alongside The Black Dahlia Murder and Conjurer.
Check out the lyric video here: https://youtu.be/94GdPhxix-g
Vocalist Alex O'Leary says of the track:
"'Crawl Back' is about the struggle to find acceptance after the death of someone dear to you. The title 'Crawl Back' refers to the gruelling stages of grief and how long it takes. There's no determined time for these things, and the mind can be subconsciously stubborn when it comes to dealing with loss. Our previous releases are heavily lined with the topic of death and grief, this slab of anguish and rage closes that chapter as we continue writing for the next release."
Purchase/stream 'Crawl Back' here:
Apple Music: https://apple.co/2unCNxh
See BAILER live at one of the following shows:
07/04 - Dublin, Voodoo Lounge (w/ The Black Dahlia Murder + Ingested)
18/04 - Belfast, Crypt of the Riff Fest (Conjurer / Bailer Irish Tour)
19/04 - Dublin, Fibbers (Conjurer / Bailer Irish Tour)
20/04 - Cork, Freds (Conjurer / Bailer Irish Tour)
21/04 - Limerick, Siege of Limerick Fest (Conjurer / Bailer Irish Tour)
04/05 - Dublin, Fibbers (Bloodstock M2TM Guest Headline appearance)
23/05 - Brighton, Cowley Club (UK Headline show)
24/05 - Hastings, Crowleys (UK Headline show)
25/05 - London, The Unicorn, Camden (UK Headline show)
20/07 - Knockanstockan Festival IRL.
28/09 - Luton, Castlefest UK
BAILER released their self-titled EP via Distro-y Records in 2018, an ambitious collection of tracks that showcase a band who have truly discovered their sound, following 2017’s PTSD and 2016’s Shaped By The Landscape EPs.
With a small discography the four-piece have impressively garnered attention from Metal Hammer, Kerrang! Radio presenter Alex Baker, Metal Injection and Heavy Blog Is Heavy, an achievement that is no mean feat for a band so early into their career. BAILER have spent their short time as a band building up a strong reputation in their home ground, having played shows alongside Norma Jean, Sick Of It All, Employed To Serve, Palm Reader, HECK, God Mother, Coilguns, Murdock and more.
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