Wearing Thin Premieres “Company (Misery)”

     Wearing Thin is proud to premiere their first single off their upcoming 7″ split with labelmates Keyes. “Company (Misery)” takes a different spin on a relationship that didn’t work out. Vocalist Tylor Blackburn explains, “Company (Misery) was the first song we wrote where we really felt like we were starting to find our direction musically. Lyrically it’s my personal favorite taking an opposite approach of writing about a failing relationship. Instead of the emotion being focused on the partner, it’s more about myself, and being disconnected or distracted with an otherwise positive relationship.”
     The split 7″ with Keyes will be available on April 15th and the bands will be touring together in support of the release. You can pre-order the album now atmerchbucket.
About Wearing Thin: 
     Taking cues from multiple different influences, Wearing Thin has figured out the perfect combination to their own sound. Tylor Blackburn (Vocals), Jace Garner, (Drums) Jeffery Mudgett, (Guitar) Maclaine Lewis, (Guitar) and Nico Lee (Bass) are ready to take the band to a whole new level after signing with Tragic Hero Records in 2015.
     The band had their start in Salt Lake City, Utah after Blackburn mentioned needing a drummer on social media for a new project and that’s where Garner came into the picture. Childhood friend Lewis was recruited to play guitar and another musician in the local scene, Lee, was brought in on bass. Mudgett rounds out the sound on guitar.
     Wearing Thin is no stranger to the recording studio. They recorded their EP, “Fake Amends” which was produced by Andy Patterson and mixed/mastered by Randy Cordner. They’ve also worked with the duo on their 7” split with Keyes. The band then went back into the studio to re-record the EP to show the band’s significant growth as a band.
    “Fake Amends” was the band’s label debut and was released in December 2015. The band has toured previously as a three piece but is ready to hit the road with their current line-up and changed sound.
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