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Save Face Share “Song The Bullets Sing” With Heart Attack Man

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Save Face have shared a new track called “Song The Bullets Sing“, featuring a guest appearance from Heart Attack Man. It’s the second track from the band’s new chapter, one that they are writing as an independent band. They are looking to build upon the drama and decadence of their 2021 epic Another Kill For The Highlight Reel. A record that delves into the most theatrical and tenacious parts of emo’s long and rich history whilst still feeling fresh and fierce. It is violent, vulnerable and romantically vicious in the most epic of ways. It allowed them the opportunity to tour with the likes of The Wonder Years whilst also catching the attention of Creeper in the UK as well. The most exciting thing is that they are only just getting into their groove. So, without further ado, here is their next stab.

Song The Bullets Sing” picks up where their previous offering, “Found Dead At The Crime Scene“, left off and delivers rampant energy by the bucketload. It rips and tears at your ear with glee, letting a plethora of melodic slashes shine through too. This all builds to a point where all chaos is let loose, before gorgeous strings bring things crashing back down to Earth. It is like watching a motion picture in 180 seconds, from dramatic beginnings to heartbreaking end. Then there is Heart Attack Man’s Eric Egan adding his own devilish streak to proceedings.

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It’s the sort of song that shows why a band are your absolute favorite. The amazing thing is that Save Face have a dozen of those in their discography. With “Song The Bullets Sing”, they are just further cementing their place as one of the most exciting bands currently battling their way through the scene. With 2024 on the horizon, they will dominate it.

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