- 28 Jan 21
The five-piece rock band's new single 'November' deals with the hardship of losing a loved one, something many people can relate to during these difficult times.
Energetic punk-rock outfit Versive have shared their brand new single 'November' - a scorching rock gem focusing on the theme of grief.
In their time together, the rising group have toured Ireland and shared the stage with bands such as: The Maine, Four Year Strong, The Bronx, ROAM, Arcane Roots, WSTR, Listener and more.
Having recently signed to Paper + Plastick Records in the US, the Dublin band will be releasing their new tunes throughout 2021. The band released three previous singles in 2020; 'Done', 'Lifetimes' and 'Funeral', with artwork all designed by Eoin Doyle.
'November' was produced by Alan Day (Four Year Strong), recorded by Conor Walsh and Mike Harmon, mixed by Rick King and mastered by Mike Kalajian.
“These songs have been in the making for a while," Conor Walsh says of the track's origins.
"After playing a few shows with Four Year Strong a few years back, Alan (Vocals/guitarist of FYS) and Mike (FYS session drummer at the time) invited us out to their studio in Massachusetts to write some music together, after that, I took the tracks home and began recording them myself with the help of the lads in the band to further develop the songs.
"These tunes are certainly the most diverse selection of tracks that we have ever written and look forward to releasing them throughout the year.”
Listen to our Hot Press Track of the Day, 'November', below: