Listen up, everybody: If you like your pop-punk music a little heavy and your heavy music a little pop-punk, get ready to fall head over heels for your newest obsession Immerse.
Hailing from the UK, the Bristol four-piece gracefully combine the two closely related yet opposing genres of pop-punk and post-hardcore like a skilled master chef whipping together their signature dish of vegan macaroni pizza.
“We mix the variety of the early 2000s post-hardcore with the energetic foundations of pop-punk to create a well-set sound in the music scene,” explains the band. “We’ve played with acts such as Oceans Ate Alaska and Neck Deep as well as toured around the UK and parts of Europe and we aren’t stopping anytime soon.”
While you might be thinking to yourself what this whole pop-punk meets post-hardcore thing might sound like, you’re in luck as today The Noise is premiering the band’s brand new energetic track “Distant” – which, according to vocalist Archie Hatfield, is centered all around the struggles of relationships.
“This song’s about it not being the right time in your life for the relationship you are in,” he says, “but being willing to wait for them to come back to you.“
To check out the band’s fiery new We Are Triumphant debut, be sure to look below. For more from Immerse, including info on their upcoming album Suffer due out December 7th, head here.