The guys in Eat Defeat released another track from their upcoming LP ‘I Think We’ll Be Okay’ today, and we have an exclusive review of the song just for our fans at Crowdsurf!
The track is titled ‘Nothing’s Wrong’, and you can read below to find out what Em thought of it the first time she heard it:
‘The opening bass work.
Definitely my favourite track from the album, and it is one of those where no matter how many times you listen, it will never get old. The lyrics also I think are both strong, and heart warming both at the same time. I could totally have this wrong, but I feel like this track is all about personal struggle, and having loved ones around you who try and help you out.
I’ve mentioned this before, but I applaud the band for openly expressing that it is okay to get help and it isn’t strange for you to maybe not feel too good in your head from time to time.
Summer’s bass work throughout the track stood out the most to me, and it just goes to show just how much of a difference having a bassist makes in terms of the overall finished track. I also want to give a shoutout to the other guys playing their instruments. Steve (Drums), Jimmy (Guitar) and Rich (Guitar) have all clubbed together with Summers to revive that late 90’s Punk sound style to all of the tracks on this album, and it really should be heard and appreciated by as many people as possible.
There are some exceptionally good guitar riffs on this track, and overall, the track for me is the complete package.
My eyes are focused on the road, inside my head I feel i’m barely holding on
im helpless, lost and selfish, so talk to me
Im falling apart, I know you can start, to help me to pick up the pieces to put me together I know it seems long but it won’t be forever
Pick up the pieces and put them together again’.
What do you think of the album so far? Let us know in the comments!