New York indie rock/jangle pop/post punk band S.C.A.B. have unveiled their new single “Small Talk”.
The song is taken from their second studio album ‘S.C.A.B.‘, which will be out on November 11. Pre-order your copy here.
Speaking about it, frontman Sean Camargo explains:
“Small Talk” deals with grief and learning to support a friend going through a tough time. My father passed away of cancer a few years ago and my bandmate Alec recently lost a parent as well. The song touches on our bonding through such a difficult shared experience, wanting to connect and being there to support each other but not knowing how, often resorting to familiar, insignificant topics for fear of getting “too real.”
Watch a lyric video below.
S.C.A.B. is a result of four musicians, a tight-knit group, best friends: the kind of rare conditions that allow for such raw, emotionally-charged music. When the members of a band are this close, able to protect each other from the world outside it, they are a force to be reckoned with. As Frank Sinatra famously sang about the city, “Green beams of steel, making me feel, like I’m home again”. S.C.A.B. embodies that sentiment and evokes the intangible magic that is New York City.
Oct. 28 – Ridgewood, NY @ Trans Pecos
Nov. 11 – Brooklyn, NY @ Baby’s All Right (Record Release Show)