Scotland's Cold Years release new single 'Radio'
Scotland's Cold Years release new single 'Radio'
Friday, April 5, 2024 - 19:06
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MNRK UK and Cold Years are excited to present “Radio,” the latest single to be lifted from the Friday, April 26 release of A Different Life, the rising Scottish rock quartet’s brand new full-length album. “Radio” is a power-pop anthem that channels Green Day, Alkaline Trio and The Bouncing Souls, and takes aim at the band’s hometown of Aberdeen and certain folks from their youth. “This one is about memories of growing up in a small town trying to deal with a few small-minded people,” frontman Ross Gordon says. “I love where I am from, I love my home, but I never want to see some of those people again.”

Recorded at The Barber Shop Studios in New Jersey by producer Brett Romnes (Anxious, Hot Mulligan, Boston Manor, The Movielife), A Different Life is packed with songs that are both intensely personal and universally relatable and follows Paradise, the band’s 2020 politically-charged look at life in their hometown of Aberdeen, and 2022’s soaring & musically daring follow-up, Goodbye To Misery.