We are premiering the new single by South Jersey’s Suntitle. ‘Squirrel Hill’ is the latest song to be taken off the band’s upcoming EP ‘Pure Forever,’ out April 24, 2020 via Know Hope Records (pre-order HERE).
Guitarist/vocalist Joe McGarvey about the song:
"Squirrel Hill was written for my grandfather who passed away in early 2017. When we said goodbye we all stood in a circle around his grave and passed around a bottle of Jameson. We left one bottle for him and buried it with him, that’s where I came up with the line, “buried a bottle in your grave, the day they took you away.” At the end of the song I used the line “A celebration of life” from the mass. It’s always better to celebrate the longevity of someone’s life rather than mourn."
Following the band’s 2018 debut release, “The Loss Of”, Suntitle hit the ground running with a consistently strong series of successful tours spanning the United States, and quickly returned to the studio to work on their next effort. Having shared the stage with Movements, Turnover, Set It Off, Seaway, Knuckle Puck, Save Face, X Ambassadors, The Early November, 68, Better Off, Xibalba - and countless others - the ‘big rock’ outfit shows no sign of slowing down.