Stick to Your Guns have announced their sixth album True View will be out October 13th via Pure Noise Records. Ahead of the album’s release, the band has dropped sonically electrifying and lyrically evocative new track “The Sun, The Moon, The Truth: Penance of Self.”
“Something I see in a lot of people, including almost everyone of my peers, is the inability to be honest with oneself,” says singer Jesse Barnett about the song. “Everyone thinks they’re right. Everyone can’t seem to get a grip on the reality of being self-aware. I was this way and I’m sure I still can be. I was an incredibly selfish person who did whatever I felt like doing. I would leave a trail of destruction everywhere I went and my loved ones would always give me the pass — ‘Oh well, that’s Jesse.'”
He furthers, “I came to a point where I realized no one is going to keep me accountable for my actions but myself. I lost some of the most important things in my life these last few years and I had nowhere left to hide. I had to face my fire. I had to finally, for fucking once, live with the hurt I created. I had to own my mistakes and it’s been the heaviest weight I’ve ever had to carry.”
Stick To Your Guns were last in the country in January this year for a co-headlining tour after performing as part of the Unify Gathering festival.
Available as a Limited edition black/white half and half LP (limited to 900 worldwide)
3 Feet From Peace
The Sun, The Moon, The Truth: "Penance of Self"
Married to the Noise
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The Inner Authority: "Realization of Self"
You Are Free
Doomed by You
The Better Days Before Me
Through the Chain Link
The Reach for Me: "Forgiveness of Self"