NC’s Skate Punk Band Totally Slow Share New Single “Future Burns”

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In celebration of their fourth LP, NC’s skate punk band Totally Slow unveils their new melodic punk anthem “Future Burns.”

Described by guitarist and vocalist Scott Hicks as “an existential field trip through the tortured mind of an omnipotent autocrat drowning under the weight of anxiety and obsolete tech,” the song serves as a sneak peek into their upcoming second LP with Ohio’s Refresh Records.

Totally Slow infuses melodic hardcore with a creative surf vibe and a ’90s basement punk ethos. Their music is a blend of razor-sharp hooks and left-leaning politics, delivered amidst a wall of guitars. Eddie Sanchez has recently joined on bass, completing the current lineup which includes Andy Foster, Chuck Johnson, and Scott Hicks.

Having shared the stage with various acts, from Agent Orange to Laura Jane Grace to Man or Astroman, they bring a diverse musical experience to their audience.

What do you think of Totally Slow’s new single “Future Burns”?

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