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Our Darkest Days Sail In With ‘A Sea Of Lies’


Quebec City skate-punks have dropped a new single off their upcoming album Snakes & Ladders available digitally and on CD from November 19th via Thousand Islands Records (North America) and Lockjaw Records (UK/Europe).

A Sea Of Lies, the ferocious follow up single to 2016’s A Common Agony, features lightning-fast skatepunk tuneage making it the band’s most technical and refined music to date. Includes guest artists Steve Rawles (Belvedere), Étienne Dionne (Mute), Geir Pedersen (Adhesive) and Valérie Morin.

Of the new single, the band says, “Life is a journey that has its ups and downs, and even though the ideal path is a straight clean line, this is hardly ever the case. Even the easiest of routes can have unforeseen challenges that surface with no warning.

“Such as a ship that is misguided by the force of nature that we could not have predicted, our lives are also rerouted in different directions because of the lies of those around us that force us to take alternate decisions. We’re on unstable ground, and with the right entourage, the key is to find the balance between what is right and what is wrong.”

Since their inception in 2012, Our Darkest Days have fine-tuned a unique and original sound that stands apart from many other punk rock acts. With most band members playing the punk circuit for the past 20 years, their unique sound has evolved from their influences. Bands such as Ignite, Propagandhi, Lagwagon, Good Riddance and Strung Out may have set the standard; Our Darkest Days recreated it.

A Sea Of Lies is the latest single from the bands’ upcoming album Snakes and Ladders, on November 19.

Snakes and Ladders Tracklist

These Fast Times feat. Steven Rawles
When Dust Settles
A Sea Of Lies
Countdown To The End
Through Our Veins
Lost For Words
Influent Sores
Against All Odds feat. Étienne Dionne
All That Remains
The Road To Nothingness
Silence Is Golden feat. Geir Pedersen
Snakes & Ladders feat. Valérie Morin

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