METZ announced details of their third album, ‘Strange Peace’ back last month, unveiling with it brand new song, ‘Cellophane’.
They’ve now followed that up with another number from the record, ‘Drained Lake’. Frontman Alex Edkins explains the song as “the constant struggle to know yourself and make sense of your life and surroundings. What is my purpose? Holding on to who you are while fending off pressure to bend to what other people want and expect from you.”
The album is released on 22nd September via Sub Pop.
The band play a handful of UK live dates as part off their November European tour.
22 London Garage
23 Bristol Fleece
24 Leeds Brudenell Social Club
25 Brighton Haunt
Listen to ‘Drained Lake’ below.
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