Belmont release new single and video ‘What I Lack’

Progressive-punk quartet, Belmont, shared a new single What I Lack’ taken from their new album ‘Aftermath,’ which is out on the 4th March 2022 via Pure Noise Records.

‘What I Lack’ is a poppy song that plays to the classic pop punk sound of Belmont while also incorporating the newer hip hop elements”, says Jason“The song has an energetic feel to it that feels like you’re listening to the soundtrack of a video game”.

‘Aftermath,’ the band’s Pure Noise Records debut album, produced by the billion-streamed Andrew Wade (A Day To Remember, Neck Deep, Real Friends), is driving a chasm between Belmont and their peers with a stunning evolution. Led by the classical training of Inguagiato and Lada, both of whom studied at Berklee College of Music, as well as the pure instinctual prowess of the collective, ‘Aftermath’ brings never-before-heard influences to the forefront in a brand-new way.

The ethereal pop-punk bounce of What I Lack’ recalls their earliest material, now updated with a sleeker sheen. These electronic-heavy moments bubbled over on the band’s 2021 ‘Bowser’s Mixtape’ EP (featuring the nu-metal mosher Pain Now’ and Chicago drill-influenced ‘Bowser’s Castle’ both of which appear here) and are now set to serve up ‘Aftermath’s’ 12 tracks as a blueprint for other forward-thinking acts.

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