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ICYMI, She Cries Wolf have dropped a tune and a half in Magdalene, enlisting the help of The Amity Affliction’s Ahren Stringer for some tasty guest vocals.
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The track is the first taste of new material for the band, who have built up a strong back catalogue of heavy hitters over the last few years including a self-titled EP, two full length LPs (Divorce and Doubt) and a string of singles.
Speaking of Magdalene, vocalist Luke Harriss explained its themes, and the bands desire to put out a track that would help people understand they weren’t alone.
“Magdalene is about the struggles many of us face with, our own depression and poor self-esteem/body image.”
Guest vocalist Ahren Stringer also spoke about the track saying:
“I was really stoked that the guys from She Cries Wolf asked me to be a part of this track—I recorded my parts at my house and sent them to the guys. It was sick, I just sung in my wardrobe for an hour and a half!”
The track follows on from the self-released, teaser track Cultist which dropped back in January of 2018. In the months since then, the band have been actively focusing on new music, spending the latter half of last year bunkered down in the studio.
Besides focusing on music, the band have also had a strong focus on touring in recent years, embarking on a run of dates with Void Of Vision and Justice For The Damned, and a string of support slots for acts including ‘68, Parkway Drive, Every Time I Die, Polaris, letlive., Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes and Counterparts. Last year also saw the band drop a killer performance at BIGSOUND.
Magdalene is available for streaming and purchase now through iTunes & Apple Music/Spotify/Google Play.