New York-based pop-punk trio Young Culture have shared their new single, “Tattoo,” a dramatic and catchy surge of unabashed emotion with shadows lurking within its foundations that was recorded with Anton DeLost (State Champs, Silverstein, Mayday Parade) at his studio in Toronto.
“It’s a song about anybody that scarred you in a permanent way,” explains Magnan. “People can make impressions on your life and it can be permanent, whether that’s someone you’re in love with or a friend or something.” Guitarist Gabe Pietrafesa adds, “We just kept thinking about how tattoos share similarities with relationships. Romantic or not, positive or negative, long or short, they’re with you forever. And yeah, you can cover up a tattoo or forget someone existed, but each tattoo has a story to tell, just like every relationship. But if I’m being honest, there are some I regret, and I guess that’s kinda what this song is talking about."
Stay tuned for more music and information on the band’s new, forthcoming full-length album on Equal Vision Records in the coming weeks.