Yesterday, INHEAVEN presented their latest single ‘Stupid Things’ to the world, which is another song that shall be featured on their debut album (out 1st September).
This quartet waste no time introducing their heavy guitar riffs, powerful bass licks and pounding drums as they kick off the song in an almighty fashion. Quickly followed by definitive lead and mellow backing vocals, the instrumental side of the song remains constant throughout. It becomes clear almost instantly that this song is one that is going to get stuck in your head due to its ever so apparent catchy nature.
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In my perspective, the track seems to be a cryptic yet overt love song during which a relationship is formed and then it breaks down due to one of these individuals saying ‘Stupid Things’ as the line goes ‘And forever, I’ll regret, all the stupid things I said.’
The song describes very typical feelings felt throughout the different stages of a relationship and the aftermath of a relationship and this is something which is bound to make it very relatable for near enough every individual who hears it no matter what their age and whether or not they are over said relationship now.
In comparison to previously released songs, this song despite still being quite heavy instrumental wise is considerably calmer than some of the others that they already have out and this is works well due to the themes behind the song because it does tell of quite a sad story. This is something that could also work in their favour depending on the track listing order of their album as it could well see some variation between from song to song.
Over the next few months, you can catch INHEAVEN live at the following:
31st August – Soundrive Festival 2017 – Gdansk, Poland
30th September – THINK TANK? – Newcastle
1st October – King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut – Glasgow
2nd October – Brudenell Social Club – Leeds
4th October – Plug – Sheffield
5th October – The Sugarmill – Stoke-on-Trent
6th October – Buyers Club – Liverpool
9th October – Mama Roux’s – Birmingham
10th October – The Cookie – Leicester
11th October – The Fleece – Bristol
13th October – The Bodega – Nottingham
14th October – Clwb Ifor Bach – Cardiff
15th October – The Bullingdon – Oxford
17th October – Scala – London
18th October – The Haunt – Brighton
19th October – Joiners Arms – Southampton