EP FEATURES STRIPPED DOWN VERSIONS OF SONGS FROM 2019’S GONE IN YOUR WAKE + A BRAND NEW TRACK
BAND SHARES VIDEO FOR TITLE TRACK— WATCH + LISTEN
During the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, Thousand Below, described as a “post-hardcore slamdown band” by their hometown paper The San Diego Reader, used their time in quarantine wisely. The band recorded Let Go Of Your Love, a stripped down EP featuring acoustic versions of four songs from their sophomore album, 2019’s Gone In Your Wake. The EP also features a brand new song, which is the title track. It’s being released by Rise Records.
“We had the idea to do an acoustic/remix EP for a while, and with everyone stuck in lockdown, it seemed like the perfect time to do it,” the band shares. “We all recorded our parts at home in San Diego, and got our good friend Sumner from the band Dead Lakes to add a new spin on the remix of ‘chemical.’ We liked the idea of doing a couple songs that were just acoustic guitar and singing, and a couple that were fully electronic to explore that side of the sound we added on Gone In Your Wake.”
Watch the video for the achingly heartfelt and disarmingly intimate “let go of your love” here.
“‘let go of your love’ is about the need to move on from someone who was once the most important person in your life, but won’t be part of your future,” Thousand Below explains. “It’s easy to get caught up in remembering the good parts of a relationship and preventing yourself from moving on.”
let go of your love demonstrates the softer — yet equally as powerful — side of Thousand Below, and it’s not to be missed.
LET GO OF YOUR LOVE EP TRACK LISTING:
“let go of your love”
“chemical” (Featuring Sumner Peterson of Dead Lakes)
“alone (out of my head)”
PRESS PRAISE FOR THOUSAND BELOW
“Infectious.” —Alternative Press
“They rock. They roll. They shred. They mangle.” — San Diego Reader
The album “is emotive, compelling, and laden with elements that embed themselves into your very being, leaving a lasting impression.” — Cryptic Rock
“Gone In Your Wake is a must.” — New Noise
“Gone in your Wake takes everything we all know and love from their previous catalogue and multiplies it by… a ‘Thousand.'” — Heavy New York