Downcast – I’m Sorry

Emerging pop-punkers DOWNCAST set loose their captivating self-titled debut
EP on Friday 11th January 2019. Prior to this, the band have released a new
video for their stunning new single, I’m Sorry –

Expressing emotive drive with infectious vocal lines, DOWNCAST wear their
hearts on their sleeves. Pulling influence from everyone from heavyweights
such as The Wonder Years and Alkaline Trio, to highly-rated UK stewards ROAM
and Neck Deep, the band’s reach is notably diverse, and their sound is
utterly enthralling.

DOWNCAST have only been in existence since the start of the year, however,
the threesome have wasted no time perfecting their set and working
diligently on their debut EP with esteemed producer, Ian Sadler (Anavae,
ROAM). Lead Vocalist, Liam Edwards comments: “We wrote and demoed the EP in
our bedrooms over the course of about five months. I wanted to write
something honest.I hope that this EP will resonate with anyone who is going
through a hard time and helps them to feel less alone. I’ve used putting my
thoughts and feelings into songs as a way of coping with negative emotions
for a while now; it gives them a long-term purpose. I feel that negative
things in your life often reveal positive meanings over time. If the things
I’ve written about never happened, these five songs wouldn’t exist today.”

DOWNCAST drop their debut EP this January, and it is certainly worth the
wait. Expressing five slabs of truly engaging heartfelt melodic punk, this
is a band that are destined to break out to a national audience. Big things
lay ahead.

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