On April 7th, Ugly Heroes‘ Red Pill will release his new solo album, Look What This World Did To Us, on Mello Music Group. An album that offers a personal look into Pill’s life that “talks about the fears and uncertainty that come with growing up, through [his] own personal experiences.”
From the press release:
This is for those who played by the rules only to discover that the game was rigged. This is a toast for those entering their late 20s and still acting like adolescents. It’s an anti-Valentine to marriage and mortgages. It offers empathy for those buried under student loan and credit card debt, but who refuse to sink. Even if the smoke rings appear like nooses, this is an artful rebuttal to the nihilism.
To kick things off, the Michigan native has liberated the album’s title-track. Check out the self-produced cut below and head to iTunes to pre-order the LP.
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