After five long years, Four Year Strong is finally giving us what we want. A brand new FREAKING album. That’s right, ladies and gents, for the first time since their Self-Titled album released in 2015, we’ve got brand new bops from these Worcester, MA natives.
Pure Noise Records Brings the Best Songs Possible in 2020
Due out February 28th via Pure Noise Records, we think the wait is gonna be totally worth it. FYS made up of four absolute foxes: Dan O’Connor (vocals/guitar), Alan Day (vocals/guitar), Joey Weiss (bass), and Jake Massucco (drums) began Brain Pain’s process two years ago. Taking roughly the last year to make it truly magical. Four Year Strong justifies our wait time by saying, “We didn’t want to set a strict deadline for this album because we wanted to be sure we took the time to write the best songs possible.”
Produced by Will Putney, an engineer in 2010’s Enemy Of The World, is given all our trust, as that album kicks major ass. They furthered our faith as Alan day noted, “We were really emotionally invested in this music, so we wanted to go with someone who we knew would care about it as much as we did, and Will was that guy,”
Four Year Strong Delivers Two New Singles (and A Music Video)
As if announcing a new record wasn’t enough excitement! Four Year Strong did us a solid and dropped two new songs. ‘Talking Myself In Circles’ and title track ‘Brain Pain’ are the first singles from their upcoming album. Check out the music video for ‘Talking Myself In Circles’ shot solely by the band themselves. This video shows how committed FYS is to delivering us something uniquely great, and 100% authentic.
If you feel like you haven’t gotten your fill of Four Year Strong, feel blessed. Cause they are gearing up and hitting the road in support of Silverstein’s 20 Year Anniversary Tour.
We know waiting for Four Year Strong to grace you with their presence can be painful. But while you wait, check out the singles and give us a holler on twitter @thehoneypop to let us know if YOU think the wait has been worth it.
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