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Good news ahead of Good Things! The legends in The Amity Affliction have returned with their first taste of music this year, Show Me Your God.
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The track sees the band embrace their heavier side and will undoubtedly set festival crowds alight in the coming days. It’s also a preview of their upcoming, self-produced record. The band elaborated on this in a statement:
“Show Me Your God is the first song of our first self-produced record. The song is the first in a series of explorations and internal meditations on how our past shapes us and interacts with our various mental struggles in the present, drawing from both personal experience and also the trauma of close friends who have passed away or who have dealt with close loved ones passing away.”’
Show Me Your God follows Like Love, Give Up the Ghost and Somewhere Beyond the Blue – all released in 2021. Earlier this year, Amity sold out their Everyone Loves You … Once You Leave Them headlining tour. They are set to close out their year with Good Things, performing with the likes of Bring Me The Horizon, Deftones, NOFX and Gojira.
Show Me Your God is available to stream or download now.
GOOD THINGS 2022
MELBOURNE // Friday, 2nd December // Flemington Racecourse (LIC AA 15+)
SYDNEY // Saturday, 3rd December // Centennial Park (18+)
BRISBANE // Sunday, 4th December // Brisbane Showgrounds (LIC AA 15+)