March 3 — Pop punk band Urethane opened the weekend by premiering a new single.
The band premiered its new single, ‘Remember Me’ Friday. The song is featured in the band’s brand new 2-song EP, Dog Years. The song’s premiere came two days after the band debuted its companion video through Thrasher magazine.
The musical arrangement featured in Urethane’s new single is a fun, infectious composition that immediately lends itself to comparison to the best works from the likes of Flogging Molly, Dropkick Murphys and others of that ilk. The pairing of bassist Chad Ruiz’s performance with that of guest vocalist Brenna Red’s (The Last Gang) singing forms a fun foundation for the song. The choruses, with their multi-part harmonies are vintage style punk leanings, making for even more enjoyment.
No information about the song’s lyrical theme was presented in the news release announcing the song’s premiere. The song seems to present the all too familiar theme of someone wanting another to remember that person even though a relationship has come to its end. Considering this seeming theme, it makes the arrangement all the more infectious and enjoyable considering how easy it would have been for the group to make the arrangement more brooding in nature. The mood is more hopeful and upbeat, which is certain to make the song resonate with audiences even more.
More information on Urethane’s new single, video and EP is available along with all of the band’s latest news at https://www.facebook.com/urethanepunk.