Knuckle Puck have announced their new album, ‘Losing What We Love’

"This record feels like more of an expression than a motivational speech," they explain.
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Knuckle Puck have announced their new album, ‘Losing What We Love’.

Set for release on 20th October via Pure Noise Records, the record follows on from 2022’s ‘Disposable Life’ EP and is teased with new single ‘The Tower’ – a song about “welcoming the inevitability of death, destruction and chaos”.

“For a long time, we felt a responsibility to have this overwhelming hopefulness to our lyrics,” guitarist/vocalist Nick Casasanto explains. “This time around, we started writing more honestly with less intent to sound cool or hopeful. It feels like we’re in a bit of a losing battle with the state of the world, but in the past we’d say, ‘Oh, but it’s all OK!’ Now we’re saying, ‘No, we should be panicking.’ This record feels like more of an expression than a motivational speech.”

Check out the new single below; the album’s full tracklisting reads:

A New Beginning
The Tower
You & I
Losing What We Love
Groundhog’s Day
Act Accordingly
Out Of Touch
Worlds Apart
Better Late

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