Perth’s SAVIOUR will be releasing their sophomore album ‘Let Me Leave‘ on January 13, right in time for their debut appearance at UNIFY 2017. Along with the album announcement, SAVIOUR have revealed another taste of Let Me Leave via their new single ‘Pressure and Composure’, which showcases the extraordinary chemistry between dual-vocalists Shontay Snow and Bryant Best.
“Pressure And Composure is a little bit against the grain when it comes to theme of the new album,” says Bryant. “It has a lot to do with what you want your life to be and the pressures around you that can make it feel like there’s no way of achieving that. I feel like this one is a super relatable to everyday life and it’s strange we didn’t write this one sooner.”
There are two sides to every story. Is the title of Saviour’s stunning new album Let Me Leave a request or a demand? The end of a relationship gone sour or a new path to redemption?
Texture and complexity are the stuff of love, and Let Me Leave is one of the most wonderfully rich and heartfelt albums to come out of the Australian hardcore scene in decades. As delicate as they are muscular, these 10 remarkable songs take flight on the back of the unique vocal interplay between Shontay Snow and Bryant Best.
SAVIOUR Let Me Leave is out January 13 via UNFD