The Skinny: Philadelphia pop-punk band Grayscale has teamed premiered their new song “Say Something,” the second single off their upcoming EP, Change. “Say Something” is an emotional song that reminds fans of the hardships we go through and inspires hope to overcome them.

Here is what the band had to say about the track: “The song stems from the pain and frustration of loss. While the band were recording at the studio, Collin found out that his home burned down. The song depicts a destroyed house full of memories and a living room once filled with lively conversation and dancing. It relates to the visceral feeling of standing in a spot that once was vibrant and housed so many memories, but is now completely empty and abandoned.”

Earlier this month, Grayscale signed with LA-based label Anchor Eighty Four and announced the band’s sophomore EP, Change (out April 14, 2015) leading up to the up-and-coming five-piece’s debut full-length What We’re Missing, due out this summer. Change was recorded at Maximum Sound Studio in Boston MA, produced by Gary Cioffi (Transit, Misser). It was mixed by Gary Cioffi and Phil Dubnik and mastered by Brian Gardner.


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