VOLUMES Release Video For Title Track of New Album “Happier?”

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VOLUMES will release their new album “Happier?” on November 19 via Fearless Records. Pre-order the metallic juggernaut here

The band has shared the video for the title track. Watch it below.

The song is an exercise in contrasts. Shimmering melodies coexist alongside bloodthirsty vocals, buzzsaw riffs, and gorgeous clean vocals and choruses. The song is a bit unexpected, as it’s as pretty as it is metallic. Ultimately, though, it is a perfect execution of the band’s dynamic style. It closes out the album and is one you’ll keep coming back to. 

‘Happier?’ is about how you watch someone destroy themselves and ultimately end up in a darker, negative space and feeling like your hands are tied,” the band explains about the lyrical content. “It’s about feeling helpless to the fact that you once knew someone completely different then the person who is standing in front of you.”

In 2010, Volumes burst onto the hard rock scene with “The Concept of Dreaming” EP. “Via” followed in 2011 and “No Sleep” arrived in 2014. After initially parting ways with Barr back in 2015, the band remained prolific and dropped “Different Animals” [2017] and the “Coming Clean” EP [2019]. Their total stream tally exceeded 40 million as they racked up international praise from the likes of Alternative Press, New Noise Magazine, Rock Sound, Metal Injection, and more. Barr returned to the fold in 2020.

“Happier?” Track Listing:

  1. FBX
  2. Malevolent
  3. Bend
  4. Get Enough
  5. Lets Me Down
  6. Man On Fire
  7. Weighted
  8. See You Again
  9. Into You (Hurt)
  10. Void
  11. Happier?

Volumes have returned to road for their Fall 2021 U.S. headline tour. The band will hit the road with Varials, UnityTX, and Kingsmen this October. All dates are below.

10/29 — Richmond, VA — Canal Club
10/30 — Poughkeepsie, NY — The Chance
10/31 — Reading, PA — Reverb
11/2 — Kent, OH — The Outpost Concert Club
11/3 — Fort Wayne, IN — Pieres Entertainment Center
11/4 — Louisville, KY — Diamond Pub Music Hall
11/5 — Memphis, TN — Growlers
11/6 — Nashville, TN — The End
11/7 — St.  Louis, MO — Red Flag
11/9 — Milwaukee, WI — Miramar Theater
11/10 — Minneapolis, MN — Cabooze
11/11 — Des Moines, IA — xBx Live
11/12 — Omaha, NE — Reverb Lounge
11/13 — Kansas City, MO — The Riot Room
11/14 — Oklahoma City, OK — 89th Street – OKC
11/16 —  Colorado Springs, CO — Black Sheep
11/17 —  Grand Junction, CO — Mesa Theater
11/19 — Santa Cruz, CA — Atrium At The Catalyst
11/20 — Anaheim, CA — Chain Reaction


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