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Bearings Share Glorious New Track “Live Forever Never Die”

Bearings continue to be the sort of band you can be proud to call your favorite. Releasing wonderful record upon wonderful record, they are in the middle of a new adventure with their latest project. That is called The Best Part Of Being Human and is set to drop next month. The band have revealed that the record is about “figuring out what we really wanted to play live, what got us excited, and I think we found that”, and based on the tracks they are sharing from it, they have achieved that.

The latest offering is “Live Forever Never Die“, and is as exuberant and electric as the title suggests. A song for those long days and late nights spent with your best friends, getting into as much chaos as possible, it’s perfect for the Summer. But it’s even more about living in the here and now rather than for eternity. For enjoying every second and squeezing every bit of goodness out of what you are doing. It’s an anthem for the good times as much as a remedy for the bad times. It’s Bearings, pure and simple, and that’s as good as it gets.

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The band had this to say about it:

“’Live Forever Never Die’ is a song that us felt like the perfect mix of the big chorus and vibey versus. Hoping to live forever in warm weather and taking in the little things like the water wrapping around your legs. Less of literally living forever but rather living forever in a moment.”

The Best Part Of Being Human is set to be released on August 18 via Pure Noise Records. You can also check out the already released “Gone So Gone“, which is waiting below for you:

Bearings will also be touring the US with Just Friends later this year. It’s going to be awesome. Here are all of the dates:

Tour dates

  • Sept. 15—Chicago, IL @ Riot Fest
  • Sept. 16—Detroit, MI @ The Sanctuary
  • Sept. 17—Toronto, Canada @ The Opera House
  • Sept. 19—Montreal, Canada @ Theatre Fairmount
  • Sept. 20—Albany, NY @ Empire Live
  • Sept. 22—Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
  • Sept. 23—New York, NY @ Racket NYC
  • Sept. 24—Boston, MA @ Crystal Ballroom (Crystal Restaurant)
  • Sept. 26—Hamden, CT @ Space Ballroom
  • Sept. 27—Syracuse, NY @ The Song and Dance
  • Sept. 29—Pittsburgh, PA @ Enclave
  • Sept. 30—Columbus, OH @ Ace of Cups
  • Oct. 1—Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar
  • Oct. 3—Charlotte, NC @ Amos’ Southend
  • Oct. 4—Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
  • Oct. 6—Dallas, TX @ Lone Star Room Dallas
  • Oct. 7—San Antonio, TX @ Paper Tiger 
  • Oct. 10—Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom
  • Oct. 11—Los Angeles, CA @ Echoplex
  • Oct. 13—Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
  • Oct. 15—Berkeley, CA @ The Cornerstone
  • Oct. 17—Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
  • Oct. 18—Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre
  • Oct. 20—Salt Lake City, UT @ Soundwell
  • Oct. 21—Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater 
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