Following the release of Raw Fabrics'
second EP, Plastic Joy
the punk rock dance trio had only just begun to establish themselves as a promising new addition to the alternative genre. However, as their success continued to grow, frontman, Jack Bruno's struggle with drug and alcohol addiction began to affect their future in music, ultimately leading to the band's break up.
Soon after hitting an emotional rock bottom, Bruno entered treatment for drug and alcohol addition and left with an artistic clarity, focus and drive, that gave the multi-instrumentalist not only a reason, but a chance to start over.
"Get Me The Hell Out Of Here" captures the enduring nature of addiction, especially in the starkness of its aftermath. Bruno is now experiencing life through the vividness of his own sobriety. Moving forward in both his personal and professional life, the frontman's priority is to be present in his pain and to heal through acceptance.
We're pleased to premiere, "Get Me Out Of Here," a slow building ballad accompanied by haunting piano riffs and candid lyricism that beautifully captures Jack B's tremulous vulnerability.