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ERRA Releases New Song “CURE” And Announces Upcoming Album

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Metalcore band ERRA releases the title track off of their upcoming album, “CURE” via UNFD. The LP comes out on April 5. The act surprised fans with a countdown to the video on the label’s YouTube channel. The music video is set in an almost apocalyptic setting with everything getting sucked-up into the sky.

They also posted a Reel to their Instagram with the caption: “[longing for a wish or a cure]. The clip has sounds of a transmission that was interrupted, with typewriter texts changing rapidly. Fans commented about a potential tour, a new album, or both. One user even goes to say, because of the crypticness of it, “Call me Jake Gyllenhaal in Zodiac the way I’m about to decipher the shit out of this!!!”6

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The song itself is an evolution of ERRA that’s more mature in nature compared to their previous releases, and that isn’t a bad thing. The group delivers an introspective take on their lyrics with the opening being, “Through a kinship of detachment/Entwined in secrecy/We are connected by loneliness,” this truly sets the tone for a song, and potentially full record, about the isolation of people and the way things feel their crumbling around, without real connection.

Vocalist Jesse Cash’s side project, Ghost Atlas, also released new music today. It’s safe to say that the metalcore scene is going to see a lot of him this year. ERRA released a single “Pale Iris” last summer, but haven’t released an album since 2022 with their self-titled. Fans can pre-order the album on their site.

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