Roam share third single, “Hand Grenade,” off upcoming album Smile Wide
ROAM has shared “Hand Grenade”, the third single off their upcoming album Smile Wide, out September 6, 2019 via Hopeless Records. Fans can watch the visual here: smarturl.it/SmileWide.
The band announced the forthcoming album last month, and has shared two singles: “I Don’t Think I Live There Anymore“, and “Piranha“.
Smile Wide was recorded and mixed by Machine (As It Is, Every Time I Die, Armor For Sleep) and is about feeling overlooked and out of control – it’s about feeling like a puppet in someone else’s game and taking that control back for good. Inspiring and culturally-relevant, the album explores the rock bottom of feeling disheartened, stuck, and unsure of how to break free, and the journey toward gaining the confidence to stand up and not let people walk all over you anymore.
Smile Wide is the follow up to 2017’s Great Heights & Nosedives. Since forming in 2012,ROAM has extensively toured the US and UK, including a supporting run on New Found Glory’s “20 Years of Pop Punk” tour, as well as sets at festivals including Reading & Leeds, 2000 Trees and Slam Dunk. Later this year, they will embark on a co-headlining tour in Europe with With Confidence.
ROAM is Alex Costello (lead vocals), Alex Adam (vocals/guitar), Sam Veness (guitar), Matt Roskilly (bass), and Miles Gill (drums).
Smile Wide track listing:
1. Better In Than Out
2. I Don’t think I Like There Anymore
4. Play Dumb
5. The Fire On The Ceiling
7. Red & Blue
8. Hand Grenade
9. Toy Box