Letdown. Drops Catchy Alt-Pop New Single “Raincoat” About Toxic Relationships

Storms onto the scene as an anthemic storytelling of roller coaster relationships

Alt-rock sensation Letdown. returns with yet another captivating and irresistibly catchy track, “Raincoat.” The Chicago/Nashville-based singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist has unleashed his latest hit-you-in-the-feels single via Big Loud Rock.

The song is the latest offering from Letdown.’s much-anticipated debut album due out later this year. 

Introduced by a simple percussive beat and the electric twang of a plucked guitar, “Raincoat” storms onto the scene as an anthemic storytelling of roller coaster relationships. Featuring bold, pointed lyrics such as, ‘Apologize a thousand times a week now,’ the track gains momentum, steadily evolving into a punk-infused crescendo. Driven by punchy drums, the song is underscored by the roaring of a crowd begging the question, “What did I do this time?”.

When asked about the inspiration behind the song, Letdown. revealed that it explores “the bittersweet dance of two individuals trapped in a relationship they both yearn to escape. ‘Raincoat’ encapsulates the torment of a relationship riddled with apologies yet devoid of solutions, exploring the intricate dynamics of remaining in a situation neither party truly enjoys. It vividly portrays the struggles and contradictions inherent in toxic relationships.”

The new tune follows the success of Letdown.’s last single, “Hate Myself,” which is currently making waves on Alternative Radio as the #1 Most Added Track its first week at the format and climbing to #32 on the Mediabase Alternative chart where it currently sits. This is his second impressive showing at radio with earlier hit, “Crying In The Shower,” peaking inside the Top 20 at U.S. Alternative Radio.

Letdown. will be hitting the road this summer performing on the Idobi Radio Summer School tour alongside Stand Atlantic, Magnolia Park, The Home Team, Scene Queen, and Honey Revenge.

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