On the heels of wrapping up their tour with I Prevail, Islander and Assuming We Survive and gearing up to head back out on the road with Every Time I Die and ‘68 in April, Flordia boys Wage War have just dropped a new bone-crushing single titled “Stitch.”
Keeping the same ferociousness as their debut LP Blueprints and even pushing it a little bit further, “Stitch,” according to guitarist/vocalist Cody Quistad, was one of the first songs put together for the band’s highly anticipated sophomore release.
“We are so excited to finally be able to release ‘Stitch.’ This one has been a long time coming for us,” says Quistad. “’Stitch’ was among one of the first songs written on the heels of the release of our debut album, Blueprints, and from the moment it came together, we’ve been dying to get it out. It’s unapologetically heavy from start to finish, and the lyrics follow suit with an almost tormented twist on love lost. We really wanted to push ourselves on the new material, and I think this is a new take on the aggressive side of our band.”
To check out the punishing new track, be sure to look below. Afterwards, make sure to grab tickets to see Wage War out on tour here.