Boston's Save Ends
is here today to premiere a new song, "Song of Susannah
," on PureVolume—get your exclusive listen above.
"The lyrics for this song came along after reading the book, Song of Susannah
, which is the sixth book in Stephen King's Dark Tower
series. It started out being written from the point of view of a demon who has taken over the body of the title character in order to spawn an evil half-child/half-spider monster," Save Ends vocalist/guitarst Christine Atturio
explains. "But as it often goes, the words started to transform as the song was written. It became a song about being torn down from the inside out by yourself, or, by someone you hold close, and the power another can have over you... making you question all your decisions and actions."
"Song of Susannah" is off the band's forthcoming debut full-length, Warm Hearts, Cold Hands
, out Novemer 12 via Tiny Engines, which was recorded by Jay Maas of Defeater (Title Fight, Transit, Polar Bear Club). Pre-order Warm Hearts, Cold Hands now.
Also, if you can't wait and need more Save Ends uh, now? Download the band's previous two EPs on Bandcamp for whatever price you want (!) here