Shower Beers is Back with a Powerful New Pop Rock Anthem “London”

A layered track full of warm guitars

NYC-based pop punkers Shower Beers have teamed up with Atlanta’s pop rock group glimmers to cut their newest triumph of a track in “London.”

“London” couples a monster vocoder chorus with warm guitars, strings, and organs in a nuanced production courtesy of producer Rob Freeman (Gym Class Heroes, Cobra Starship). Glimmer’s Maggie Schneider delivers a knockout feature in the song’s bridge, with layered harmonies giving way to an exciting finale sure to awe and inspire listeners. A tasteful departure from their typical high-energy blink-182-inspired pop punk, “London” boasts a refreshing amount of range from the cheeky outfit.

“London” is the 2nd single off Shower Beers’ sophomore EP Miracle on 34th & 3rd, which features a globe-trotting cast of features including Australia’s SoSo, Boston’s We Demand Parachutes, and Orlando’s Outatime! Shower Beers’ singer Chris Diorio says of the track: “’London’ is our most ambitious song to date, and we’re thrilled with how we feel we were able to communicate a grounded story of love found and let go through the song’s anthemic production and songwriting.”

Fans can expect the EP release in Spring 2024. Are you rocking with “London”?

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