London/Brighton emo noise duo Splurge use their music to express the bad things in life. For example, new single, ‘Stow Away’ is about a rash decision to move away to a place where nobody knows you. Nevertheless, Rob and Joe produce a washed out, cathartic release with ‘Stow Away’ that is full of adrenaline.
The track is taken from the duo’s second EP, ‘Mood Swings’ which was released this past weekend on Honeypot Records. The EP is four riff-charged songs with a lyrical focus on Joe’s mental health. As a result, all profit from the digital downloads will be donated to MIND.
To follow up ‘Mood Swings’’ release, Splurge has teamed up with Already Heard to premiere the video for ‘Stow Away’.
“The video for ‘Stow Away’ was recorded by our good friend Henry Croston and tries to capture running away from your problems to your mates,” Joe tells us. “The song is about when I suddenly decided to up and move to Bristol after being cheated on. When I was there, I didn’t have many friends so decided to learn guitar and continuously drove 200 miles home to see Rob and drink our problems away.”
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