June 20 — American Thrills is giving audiences yet another preview of its latest album, which the band hopes to release later this year through Wiretap Records.
The band premiered the latest single from the record, whose release date is under consideration, Tuesday in the form of ‘Maybe You Were Right About Me.’ The song is the fourth single behind ‘Ivy League Swing,‘ ‘Misfires,‘ and ‘Alive and Well‘.
The musical arrangement featured in the new song is a familiar pop punk style composition. At times it lends itself to comparison to works from the likes of Newfound Glory and at others to works from the likes of Sum 41. Still at others, there is a seeming influence of Jimmy Eat World.
No information was provided about the song’s lyrical theme in the press release announcing the song’s debut. The lyrics provided with the song seem to hint at the song being an introspective look by one person at how some people change and how others don’t and how some people live up to certain expectations but not always in a good way. That is just this critic’s interpretation.
In other news, American Thrills is scheduled to perform at this year’s Fest 20. The festival is scheduled to take place Oct. 28-30 in Gainesville, FL.
More information on American Thrills’ new single, album, and tour dates is available along with all of the band’s latest news at: