The Saddest Landscape stream new track, “You Never Asked”

Boston punks The Saddest Landscape have released a new song called “You Never Asked,” and you can check it out here.  The track will appear on the band’s upcoming album, Darkness Forgives, which will be released on October 23rd Topshelf Records.

Andy Maddox, who is The Saddest Landscape’s singer/guitarist, had this to say about the meaning behind “You Never Asked”:

“This is a song about not wanting to live with regret, and not wanting to be afraid to get out and just be part of things. I have missed out on a lot in life by being filled with anxiety and justifying why I should not leave the house. I don’t want that, I don’t want to wait for an invitation. I want to get out there and chase dreams and if failure awaits dance heroically in the wreckage knowing I tried. It is a song about not letting the bad times to be the focal point of the story, when those aren’t clouding the memories there is often so much good there, I don’t always want to remember the reason for fights, life is too short. It is a promise to myself to be ready to take second chances and stop living in self imposed exile.”


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