Listen to Architects’ Anthemic New Song ‘Dead Butterflies’

That collection was Architects' first after the 2016 death of the band's lead guitarist and co-founder, Tom Searle. Regarding its follow-up, the late musician's twin brother revealed a global message behind the new full-length."This album was me looking at our inability to change to a way of life that would sustain the human race and save the planet," Architects drummer Dan Searle recently explained, per the NME."I wanted to look in the mirror and ask ourselves the question of what are we going to do," the musician continued, "as opposed to trying to point the finger at politicians. 26.Following the songs "Black Lungs" and "Animals," the newest Architects track displays the outfit's tremendous growth as both songwriters and performers. It has to start there."Pre-orders for For That Wish to Exist are available now.Check out the lyrics to "Dead Butterflies" below:I wanna bother GodI wanna feel the ground beneath my feetBut I’ve got a smile full of broken teethGoodbyeAll the doves have flown awayI must’ve lost myself, lost myself, lost myselfI know it’s not enoughWhy does defeat always taste so bittersweetI just wanna live and die in peaceThe flower that never blossoms is quickly forgottenIt must be gold if it’s glisteningI must’ve lost myself, lost myself, lost myselfGoodbyeAll the doves have flown awayI must’ve lost myself, lost myself, lost myselfFly high‘Cause the ravens are here to stayI must’ve lost myself, lost myself, lost myself in a cloud ofDead butterfliesArchitects, "Dead Butterflies"2021's Most Anticipated Rock + Metal Albums
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Filed Under: architectsCategories: News The world has developed a culture of wanting someone else to deal with it, when we need to take our own responsibility. 20) released their latest banger, "Dead Butterflies." It's the third single culled from the British metalcore band's upcoming album, For Those That Wish to Exist, out Feb. Change has to start on a personal level. Philip TrappPublished: January 20, 2021Photo by Ed MasonShare on FacebookShare on TwitterArchitects on Wednesday (Jan. While the band continually shows how far it's come from its punk and metal roots with each album release, "Dead Butterflies" takes things yet further as a purely anthemic rock number — there's nary a metalcore breakdown or a "blegh" in sight.Watch the "Dead Butterflies" music video down toward the bottom of this post.For Those That Wish to Exist follows the group's 2018 effort, Holy Hell.

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