The song is taken from their highly-anticipated debut album 'Introduction, Presence', set to arrive on May 29. Pre-order your copy here.
“'September Again' is about struggling with the feeling that with each passing year you’re only becoming a worse version of yourself - less capable of wonder or grand ambition, less sure of your footing in your own life," says frontman Devaney. "I used to just pick up a book like Crime and Punishment, or detailed histories of the Italian campaign in WWII, and those kinds of artistic/academic adventures now feel so much more daunting for some reason. There is a grit that is required to relentlessly pursue these things like I used to, and I can feel that part of me slipping. I tell myself it’s merely because I’ve picked a lane in life and I only have so much time, but there is always the nagging suspicion that I have, in reality, deteriorated in some meaningful way. "The song comes out of this war within myself where one part of me is desperately wanting to get back there while another part is only looking to what lays ahead in the life I’ve made for myself."
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