Mayday Parade Add A Modern Twist To The Bush Classic, “Comedown”

Mayday Parade

The release of Punk Goes 90s Vol 2 is fast-approaching, and this morning another promotional single found its way online.

Following the release of Get Scared‘s take on “My Own Worst Enemy” and the absolutely dreadful cover of “Closer” delivered by Asking Alexandria, Mayday Parade‘s version of the Bush classic “Comedown” is a grunge-tinged ode to the height of 90s radio rock that is going to have you reaching for the repeat again and again. It’s a cover even fans of Gavin Rossdale can appreciate, but still performed far enough within the wheelhouse of Mayday Parade to hook their fans as well. You can stream the cover below.

Of all the songs to surface thus far from Punk Goes 90s Vol 2 it seems safe to declare “Comedown” the best of the bunch. It’s also the longest, with a runtime just over five-and-a-half minutes, but that should not matter in the slightest.

Punk Goes 90s Vol 2 hits stores at the beginning of April via our friends at Fearless Records. If you like what you hear on this cover, please take a few moments to pre-order the album.

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