Thousand Below Release New Single "Disassociate"
Thousand Below recently announced their second album "Gone In Your Wake" which will be available October 11th.
The post-hardcore/rock band debuted in 2017 with their first album "The Love You Let Too Close."
The San Diego band has now released the new album's single "Disassociate" paired with a music video. The song deals with one's internal conflict of depression and how the pain of anxiety causes them to disassociate. The band also includes a line of hope in bridge of the song to remind listeners to just breath; "There's love to give." The lyrics describe one's emotional battle making it seem like world is closing in on you. Even in a room full of people, vocalist James DeBerg, sings about becoming a shadow as he's unable to connect with anyone due to the black hole of his emotions.
“‘Disassociate’ is a song about the common lapse of emotional and mental attachment to your immediate surroundings or present place in life as a result of traumatic experience or depression,” the band said. “It’s about that feeling we know all-too-well where you feel alone in a crowded room, no matter who you’re surrounded by; be it friends, family, or co-workers. It’s about the frustration of feeling so detached from your current place in the world that you feel you barely cast a shadow in the room at all. We’ve all been through this — we’ve all felt this at some point in time for one reason or the other. We wanted to capture that feeling in a heavier, high tempo, and more chaotic song than we’ve ever written before.”
The album will be available October 11th with the following tracks:
Chemical Disassociate Fake Smile Alone (Out Of My Head) The Edge Of Your Bed (Featuring Michael McGough) Vanish 171 xo Learn To Lose And It All Gets Easier Lost Between (Featuring Marcus Bridge) The Other Side Of Things Gone In Your Wake
You can listen to the new track with the music video below.