Quiet Parade dropped their brand new single, “Don’t Put It On Me”, on Wednesday ahead of their upcoming album.
This latest track from the east coast indie rockers is the second single off of their eighth studio album, The Will To Weather The Storm, which is due out April 17.
“This is a song about being born into crisis; about living in a world that seems unfixable when we’re all shouting over one another; about looking to the past to recognize that the wisdom of our elders can teach us more about how to care for the future,” says Quiet Parade frontperson, Trevor Murphy.
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