Southpaw Wants To Know How You’re Feeling “Lately”, Band Drops New Music Video (“Lately”)
Frontman Brandon Eikenberry says, “Lately” describes the motions of a narcissist. The recognition of patterns and habits that you fall into. Coping with things in your life that you’ve always wanted to change. Realizing you’re not sure where blame goes. Its about wanting to break free from your whole life as a big mess. I hope it hits someone hard that deals with these same issues, so they know there’s more of us out there.”
In keeping with this theme, Southpaw has been sharing how they’ve been feeling “Lately” on social media and they’re asking their friends/fans to do the same using the hashtag #SouthpawLately
The band will be reposting fan’s pictures with their “Lately” signs on social media next week.
Fresh off an appearance at the Detroit stop on Vans Warped Tour, and a summer tour with A Story Told, Southpaw will be back on the road as support for Belmontand Such Gold from 8/13-8/25.
Southpaw’s latest LP ‘White Lighter Myth,’ is out now on digital/vinyl via LA-based Anchor Eighty Four Records.
‘White Lighter Myth’ was engineered by Brandon’s (vocals/guitar) own brother Aaron Eikenberry, mixed by Scott Goodrich (TSSF, Culture Abuse, Slowtrip), and mastered by Mike Kalajian (Saosin, Moose Blood, The Plot In You), with artwork by Sam Dunn (Trash Boat, AFI, Mastadon).
Stream the album at: http://hyperurl.co/WhiteLighterMyth.
No stranger to hard work themselves, Southpaw self-released their bold debut album ‘Eye To Eye’ in 2014, and then again in 2016 with their EP ‘Away Like Sheep’. Their knack and gift to meld ear-splitting riffs mixed with heavy rock anthems, and insanely catchy choruses quickly landed them invites to open for the likes of Sleeping With Sirens, A Day To Remember, State Champs, Neck Deep, and Less Than Jake.