Pittsburgh pop-punk trio Eternal Boy is debuting their new video for latest track The L-Word.
The track appears on the band’s latest album Bad Days Are Over, which lodged itself on the Billboard Top 100 New Album Chart for the entire first month of its release in April. Bad Days Are Over is out now on Four Chord Music. The album was produced, engineered and mixed By Chris Badami (The Starting Line, The Early November).
Of the new single, the band says, “This is the best song we’ve ever written—kind of. Well, yea, it is. It is a song about a person who is independent, self-confident, doesn’t care about what others think of them, and they show you how to lead the life you were meant to live. Of course, you fall for them. However, you’ve read the situation wrong. I think we have all been in a situation like this, and the video captures that youthful innocence that we all treasure so much.”
The latest single follows on from previous releases Nightmare, A Long Year, One Dream At A Time, Thirty Something and title track Bad Days Are Over. The L-Word is an infectious pop-punk track full of energetic riffs, melodic vocals and will hook you in right from the start.
Eternal Boy are playing Four Chord Music Fest with Rise Against, The Used, State Champs and more on September 17 at Wild Things Park, Pittsburg PA.
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