The Split Seconds Premieres New Song “Where Have All The Good Men Gone”
- Washington DC-based classic-punk band The Split Seconds released a new song “Where Have All The Good Men Gone” as the lead single from their upcoming sophomore album "Counterfeit Reality" on April 10, 2018.
The song is late-'70s punk with undertones of classic pop and R&R. Also the band revealed the-behind-scenes video of the album, directed by Sherwyn Santos, at the same time.
The new album "Counterfeit Reality" is set to be released on June 8th. The Split Seconds are looking forward to a spot on Warped Tour 2018, July 18th - 20th (Cuyahoga Falls, Cincinnati, Detroit) and more extensive touring in support of the new album.
The band said of the song;
“This song found its inspiration in a trend that we observed among young women trying to navigate modern urban love and relationships. We saw the blurring of lines between decent and indecent behavior, the ease of obtaining sex through manipulation or empty promises, and the general fearful confusion about commitment. We witnessed time and again these patterns leading young women with the greatest desire for love and security into unhealthy situations with men of the worst character.”
- The Split Seconds was formed in 2015, consisting of Drew Champion (vocals/guitar), Sean Peterson (drums), Alex Massi (guitar) and Stephen Parson (bass). They started to play in DC-area punk rock clubs.
The band signed to Altercation Records and released a debut album "Center of Attention" in March 2017. After the debut album releasing, the band performed at SXSW, The Fest, 9:30 Club, The Black Cat, and have opened for The Menzingers, The Queers, Comeback Kid, and Svetlanas.
- source : Spill Magazine