Cadet Carter Announces New Album “Self-Maintenance”, Shares New Song “Lift Me Up”
Munich-based rock band Cadet Carter, consisting of Nick Sauter (vocals/ guitar), Matze Frommelt (bass), Benny Shit (drums) and Korbinian Lauxen (guitar), has announced that their fourth studio album “Self-Maintenance” will be released on April 12, 2024.
It is their first studio album in two years since the 2022 album “Anthems For The Weak”.
Also the album is the first released under their new label SBÄM Records.
The album comprises a 10-track, which is a collection of songs bursting with catchy melodies, clever arrangements and heartfelt lyrics.
“All these songs are like little odes to taking care of yourself and focusing on what's good in life rather than letting the more gloomy side of your character win,” the band lead singer Nick Sauter said of the album. “Many of these songs are about keeping yourself together and the mundane activities we do to keep ourselves alive and function adequately in society. I think it's something not only I but many people struggle with, so we decided to write some songs about it.”
- From the album, the band released the first single called “Lift Me Up” on December 8, 2023.
The track was written by Benjamin Paska, Korbinian Lauxen, Matthäus Frommelt, and Nick Sauter.
The accompanying music video was directed by Korbi Lauxen.
The band said of the song, “It's a song about how we always seem to want what we can't have, how the grass seems to be greener on the other side. It's a song about how very often we just don't know what we want, and even more often we definitely don't know what we need. But there is one thing we all need…and that's music that helps us express the things we can't put into words. Music that helps us cope with the world around us. A song to lift us up. Let's try and find what we are all looking for together.”
Photo by Nikki Lindner
- source : Apple Music