The Interrupters release vibrant survival anthem ‘Anything Was Better’

Los Angeles four-piece, The Interrupters, have released their energized new single ‘Anything Was Better.’ The track marks the second single pulled from the group’s eagerly-anticipated fourth album, ‘In The Wild,’ set to drop on August 5 via Hellcat / Epitaph Records. While the 14-track opus reflects a story of survival and resilience from the band, the album’s opening track ‘Anything Was Better’ effortlessly sets the tone across ‘In The Wild’ and offers a personal account of the lead vocalist Aimee Interrupter’s strength despite her struggles.

“This song is the story of my escape from not necessarily a location but from the pain and trauma of my upbringing,” Aimee Interrupter shares. “It’s also a story of hope and seeking refuge in the unknown. I said goodbye to everyone and everything I ever knew because in my mind anything was better than where I was from.”

This summer, the band will play a number of shows across Europe, with more dates to be announced.

June 3rd – Slam Dunk Fest-North – Leeds, UK 
June 4th – Slam Dunk Fest-South – Hatfield, UK
August 7th – Poppodium 013 – Tilburg, Netherlands 
August 8th – Lokerse Feesten – Lokeren, Belgium
August 9th – Live Music Hall – Cologne, Germany
August 11th – Punk Rock Holiday 2022 –  Tolmin, Slovenia
August 13th – Tabakfabrik Linz – Linz, Austria 
August 16th – Huxleys Neue Welt – Berlin, Germany
August 17th – MarkthalleHamburg, Germany
August 20th – Beautiful Days Festival 2022 – Tiverton, UK

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