- 22 May 19
The single is inspired from Humphrey's assault last year.
MASK's frontman and guitarist, Humphrey has released his first solo single titled 'What Goes Around'.
The track is directly inspired from Humphrey's own experiences after he was subject to an unprovoked attack outside a nightclub. He suffered serious injuries such as broken ribs, a fractured eye-socket and a severe mouth injury that put the prospect of ever singing again in great danger.
With even eating proving difficult, Humphrey took time off to recover and lick his wounds, which also led to plenty of reflection and divulge in some self-introspection.
Thankfully, Humphrey fully recovered from his assault and has returned with a matured song-writing technique with the new track surprisingly having an optimistic tone, believing that karma has its kiss for his attackers.
With heavy inspiration from both the rock of the '60s and recent acts such as the Arctic Monkeys and The Raconteurs, the gritty vocals and jangling guitar are delicious.
However, MASK fans do not fear, the up-and-coming Northern Irish band is still very much together, this new track is Humphrey's side project - looking back at 1960s music moreso.
Giz a listen to his new single here: