Young Other rock your face off with “Between The Few”

Epic and cinematic chorus vocals lead itself into an Alice In Chains contemporary and hard rock track. “Between The Few” by Young Other will rock your face off between the heavy guitar, drum and bass tones to the larger than life vocal performance by Dale Belliveau. The modern production on a tried and true hard rock sound will bring together everyone who loves old school 90s rock to see eye to eye with people who would maybe be considered more scene and dig acts like Vespera. Young Other would be great on stage with bands like Chevelle or Three Days Grace. Really looking forward to following this band as they make more great hard rock music.

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Website;
https://www.youngother.com

Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/youngother/

Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/young_other/

Twitter

Bandcamp
https://youngother.bandcamp.com

LYRICS

Living life in the middle isn’t what you expect
There’s a simple kind of remedy known as respect

You’ve gotta make some mistakes
You’ve gotta live and relate
You’ve gotta learn how to eliminate
All the things that went wrong
Find the will and be strong
And turn away from the pain

In between the few
Is a heart
That’s torn by the war inside
I know the way
Through the dark
And the light is on the other side
In between the few
Is a mind
That’s working overtime
Repeating again
Options
That keep me living in one place
In the middle

Everything in life, has always been a divide
To the left, to the right, I don’t have the time

You’ve gotta make some mistakes
You’ve gotta live and relate
You’ve gotta learn how to eliminate
All the things that went wrong
Find the will and be strong
And turn away from the pain

In between the few
Is a heart
That’s torn by the war inside
I know the way
Through the dark
And the light is on the other side
In between the few
Is a mind
That’s working overtime
Repeating again
Options
That keep me living in one place
In the middle

Between, in between the few
Between, in between the few
Between, in between the few
Between, in between

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Surrounded by darkness, fabricated by societal expectations and the desire for their dreams leaving them torn between life choices, the members of Young Other have strayed from the path of the “normal life” to follow the light that is fueled by their passion towards the end of a seemingly endless tunnel. This journey is expressed in the band’s debut release, “Between The Few”. The EP reflects the concepts of good and bad, light and dark, happiness and depression. The lyrics portray instances derived directly from personal experiences of each member, providing a general concept with diverse emotional standpoints. Explosive drums, fused with groove and melody delivered from the guitar and bass, sit underneath a tasteful, yet dominating vocal, creating a sound which narrates the story behind Young Other.

Young Other was originally formed by members Dale Belliveau Jr. (Vocals) and Brandon Hursey (Guitar). Having written songs and releasing “DIY” demoes, the band tested the waters playing shows around New England. After a short hiatus, Young Other was revitalized with the introduction of members Devin Stetson (Bass/Backup Vocals) and Kyle Shays (Drums). With the lineup fully completed, the band quickly made its way to No Boundaries Studios in late 2018, to begin recording their debut professional release with Chris Piquette. The product of this endeavor would become the EP, “Between The Few”. As they began the spreading word of their upcoming release, the band began to play out in February 2019, with their first show back being sold out alongside Saving Abel and Tantric. This set the pace, as Young Other began to travel and play from as north as the Canadian border to as south as North Carolina, they started to spread awareness for their upcoming release. The EP is set to release on all Streaming and Music Platforms on August 16th, 2019, with the title track dropping July 12th, 2019.

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