WATCH: EXPLOSIVE NEW VIDEO FROM NEVERSAID

Unstoppable Brit trio, NEVERSAID, are ready to kick on with the release of their highly absorbing new EP, Bond Over Blood, which is out on Friday 29th March. The band have also revealed their engulfing new single, Fall Short. Watch the video here.

NEVERSAID are a formidable trans fronted emo-punk band hailing from London, England. Taking over your world with driven guitars, pummeling drums and immensely infectious vocal lines, NEVERSAID merge ‘00s emo with earnest pop-punk and barbed hardcore. Gathering influence from heavyweights such as The Used and My Chemical Romance through to modern artists like Knocked Loose and Trash Boat, NEVERSAID have the music, style and stance to break through to the masses.

Since their formation in 2020, the dynamic pop-punkers have played at stages throughout the UK, and in turn have supported the likes of Hawthorne Heights, Novustory, Black Foxxes and Dream State. To date, the band have also dropped three successful singles, 2021’s Braindead, Brave and last year’s, Ghost, as well as their debut EP, Getting Better .  All releases obtained widespread media approval and have helped with NEVERSAID’s clear trajectory. A recent adjustment in personnel has seen Jordan Hibbert join the crew on guitar and Koda Boyce take over on bass, and this has acquired significant rewards by not only extending the band’s range, but also, it’s attack and vigor.

The trio are now prepared to strike out with the release of their upcoming EP, Bond Over Blood. Lead vocalist, Logan Samuel, remarks about the motivation behind the release: “These songs are among some of the angriest we’ve ever written, lyrically drawing from pain and disfunction within various relationships in my life. Sonically, the EP blends various elements of emo, pop-punk and hardcore, resulting in a raw and emotional collection of tracks”. With prominent shows and festivals planned for the Summer, stay glued to the band’s social sites for updates.

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