Premiere - Repriever Return With The Heavy As Hell Track 'Resurface'

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  • Premiere - Repriever Return With The Heavy As Hell Track 'Resurface'
    POSTED 24 Nov 2021

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    Repriever 
    are resurfacing today with the heavy-as-hell track Resurface premiering exclusively today via Maniacs. 

    The rager from the crew from the Central Coast of NSW  is powered by a desire to speak up about the issues surrounding the fear of abandonment and the damage caused by not having consistency and security in life as a young person.

    Vocalist Joshua Stewart speaks about the track's themes, 

    "The often crippling fear of abandonment is something a lot of us live with and it often gets a hold of someone as the aftermath of a love one's actions. Resurface touches on dealing with this anxiety and trying to keep emotions in control without just bottling them away.

    Resurface touches on the damage caused by growing up and never really having a stable, consistent home. Between living in tents, old houses with no running water or in caravans in my grandparent's yard, it became hard to feel a sense of security and consistency. It also became difficult to make friends and fit in at the 11 different primary schools I attended which was fairly damaging to my social abilities through high school and my late teens. This lead to a constantly lingering and often crippling fear of abandonment. As I grew into my late 20s I'd become a lot better at dealing with it in a rational way but it can still take me by surprise from time to time."

     

    "By the time I started attending high school the moving had settled down a lot but by that point I had no idea how to social and I was mostly bullied. Usually if I did make friends they were friendships that wouldn't last long." 

    Watch the video for Resurface premiering exclusively via Maniacs today below. 

    Resurface is the first new music from the band since their single Grim was released earlier this year.  a track that gained traction fast, earning a place on the Homegrown and Heavy editorial playlist on Spotify and Heaps Heavy on Apple Music, gathering over 25'000 streams within six months of release. 
    Grim and Resurface are follow-up's to the band's September 2019 debut EP Idle Minds. 

    A powerful live presence, Repriever have spent 2021 juggling reschedules and writing and recording new music, as well as welcoming guitarist Brendan Mobbs into the group.  As lockdowns lift across the nation they are resurfacing, a bigger, stronger, better, heavier band that seems destined to become a household name in heavy music in this country. 

    Watch the video for Grim below. 

    Resurface will officially show its face to the world on Thursday, November 26th - and can be pre-saved right now, here

    surface

    Listen to Repriever now 

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Submitted by wordsbybrenton on Wed, 11/24/2021 - 12:00

repriever
Repriever 
are resurfacing today with the heavy-as-hell track Resurface premiering exclusively today via Maniacs. 

The rager from the crew from the Central Coast of NSW  is powered by a desire to speak up about the issues surrounding the fear of abandonment and the damage caused by not having consistency and security in life as a young person.

Vocalist Joshua Stewart speaks about the track's themes, 

"The often crippling fear of abandonment is something a lot of us live with and it often gets a hold of someone as the aftermath of a love one's actions. Resurface touches on dealing with this anxiety and trying to keep emotions in control without just bottling them away.

Resurface touches on the damage caused by growing up and never really having a stable, consistent home. Between living in tents, old houses with no running water or in caravans in my grandparent's yard, it became hard to feel a sense of security and consistency. It also became difficult to make friends and fit in at the 11 different primary schools I attended which was fairly damaging to my social abilities through high school and my late teens. This lead to a constantly lingering and often crippling fear of abandonment. As I grew into my late 20s I'd become a lot better at dealing with it in a rational way but it can still take me by surprise from time to time."

 

"By the time I started attending high school the moving had settled down a lot but by that point I had no idea how to social and I was mostly bullied. Usually if I did make friends they were friendships that wouldn't last long." 

Watch the video for Resurface premiering exclusively via Maniacs today below. 

Resurface is the first new music from the band since their single Grim was released earlier this year.  a track that gained traction fast, earning a place on the Homegrown and Heavy editorial playlist on Spotify and Heaps Heavy on Apple Music, gathering over 25'000 streams within six months of release. 
Grim and Resurface are follow-up's to the band's September 2019 debut EP Idle Minds. 

A powerful live presence, Repriever have spent 2021 juggling reschedules and writing and recording new music, as well as welcoming guitarist Brendan Mobbs into the group.  As lockdowns lift across the nation they are resurfacing, a bigger, stronger, better, heavier band that seems destined to become a household name in heavy music in this country. 

Watch the video for Grim below. 

Resurface will officially show its face to the world on Thursday, November 26th - and can be pre-saved right now, here

surface

Listen to Repriever now 

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