UTG PREMIERE: Lines In The Sky – “Element 115”

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If you’re tired of run-of-the-mill rock, then you need to spend some time with Lines In The Sky. Cutting-edge and catchy as all get out, the Nashville trio’s forward-thinking brand of punk is guaranteed to add some welcome variety to your regular rotation, especially if you’re a fan of Coheed and Cambria and other progressive acts.

Today, we’re excited to bring you the outfit’s latest single, “Element 115,” a high-octane banger that’s equally fun and ferocious. Stream it below and share your thoughts with us in the replies.

“‘Element 115’ is one of our oldest songs,” vocalist Jesse Brock told UTG via email. “It deals lyrically with coming to terms with the death of a friend or family member, something I was dealing with during the time I wrote this song. Musically, we were going for a groovy ‘Muse-esque’ feel. Our drummer Bo really sits in the pocket on this track, and the bass has some really prevalent rhythms that help achieve this feel.”

The band’s latest offering is taken from their impending sophomore LP, Parallel Travel, which is set to hit shelves later this Spring. For more info, follow Lines In The Sky on Twitter.

Kyle Florence

Kyle Florence is a proud Wisconsinite, a dinosaur enthusiast, and a lover of all things weird and whacky.
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  • William Darnall

    A very solid song … high energy, strong vocals, and some great riffs.