Today Young Rising Sons
are out with their brand new tune "+WHISKEY-." The NJ band use whiskey as a clever little metaphor for a women who's not really good for you, but oh so addicting. "She always seems to know when I sober up, and she pours herself into my drink," Andy Tongren sings with such angst. Tongren told Baeble more about it, "To be put simply, '+WHISKEY-' is about addiction, whether it be to a substance, activity, or another human. It's easy for lines to blur and for your judgement to become distorted when you're so dependent upon something. You fall into this push/pull routine where you can't help but continue to come back to the source, no matter the misery it causes. '+WHISKEY-' is about the moment where you have to say yes."
If Young Rising Sons doesn't sound familiar, think Halsey
, The 1975
, or The Neighbourhood
. Those are all artists that they've performed live with. The energizing rock anthem is being released via Dirty Canvas Music.