Swearin’s Kyle Gilbride takes the lead on Fall into the Sun closer “Future Hell”

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The first Swearin’ record in five years, Fall into the Sun, comes out in just one month, and ahead of the release date the band has shared “Future Hell,” the album’s third single and closing track. While the new record, much like Swearin’s previous material, has both Allison Crutchfield and Kyle Gilbride sharing songwriting duties and trading off on vocals, this is the first new song we’ve heard that’s lead by Gilbride.

And with “Future Hell,” Gilbride leads us through a disorienting journey to some otherworldly place; a sonic escape into another realm that detaches the record from the grounded, close-to-home nature of its other songs and leaves us with something a bit unsettling, and a bit comforting. As Gilbride tells the Fader, the song is about “visions of an unseen place and time, learning lessons of disenchantment from a new and hostile world. Finding a way back, friendship and independence reveal marks on the trail.”

Listen to “Future Hell” below. Fall into the Sun will be released October 5 on Merge Records. Swearin’ plays the First Unitarian Church on October 10 with Empath; find tickets and more information on the XPN Concert Calendar.

Swearin’ tour dates:
Sep 05 Baltimore, MD – Ottobar^
Sep 06 Richmond, VA – Strange Matter^
Sep 07 Raleigh, NC – Hopscotch Music Fest
Oct 09 Washington, DC – Black Cat%
Oct 10 Philadelphia, PA – First Unitarian Church+
Oct 11 Allston, MA – Great Scott+
Oct 12 Portsmouth, NH – The Press Room+
Oct 13 Montreal, QC – La Vitrola+
Oct 14 Toronto, ON – Not Dead Yet
Oct 16 Detroit, MI – El Club+
Oct 17 Columbus, OH – Ace of Cups+
Oct 18 Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall+
Oct 19 Pittsburgh, PA – Cattivo+
Oct 20 Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg+
^ w/ Ought
% w/ Sheer Mag
+ w/ Empath

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