Everyday Tragedy, the Orange County, California-based alt-rock band will digitally release its second album, Blackhole Carousel, featuring songs about “love, life and the misfortunes of each,” on July 20 through Antihero Records.
Mastered by the legendary Bernie Grundman in L.A., Blackhole Carousel highlights the band’s strong hooks, catchy melodies and sing-along choruses with tracks including “Stand Up, Wake Up,” “Blackhole Carousel,” “Burn” and “Remember.” Since their debut album, Lovesick, Heartbroken or Somewhere in Between, Everyday Tragedy has evolved into a more mature sound. “We want to try something new this time,” says lead singer Greg Tragedy. “We hear the latest trends, and we just don’t want to conform to that sound.” In “Medicine,” they set the tone for an upbeat future: so break out, the world is at our fingertips. And “Remember” invites everyone to join in: I know the possibilities/so if you’re all my friends, come sing along.
Download a FREE MP3 of the track “Burn” off Blackhole Carousel: