Cincinnati Pop punk band Mixtapes are streaming another track song off their upcoming release Ordinary Silence.
The track is called “C.S.S.” and you can hear it by clicking here. Here’s what guitarist/co-vocalist Ryan Rockwell had to say of the track:
“”C.C.S.” is in some ways the centerpiece of the album. It’s where the album title was taken from and the meaning. I’ve spent so many years denying my problems and blaming them on other people. I’ve treated people in ways I never meant to, and honestly didn’t realize until later on. Looking back at old friends, people you’ve hurt, people that have passed, and thinking of all the things you wish you said differently. This isn’t supposed to be a sad song, but it turned into one. It’s overall about finding the faults in yourself, not everyone else. And after you do that hoping the person is still around so you can apologize, or even have a conversation with them. We get so caught up in the huge scale of things that personal relationships and turmoil get left behind. The only problem is in our most dark and fragile moments, those relationships are the only things there to save us.”
Ordinary Silence is due out on June 25th via No Sleep Records, and Mixtapes are preparing to embark on a tour in support of it with You Blew It!, Light Years, Modern Baseball, and Last Call. Dates for that can be found here. The band will then do a short stint on this year’s Warped Tour.
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