Melodic hardcore band, Panicwolf has released a new two track EP, 'Vices.' The songs included are titled, 'Mother' and 'Vices,' and are the first released tracks since the band's 2018 debut EP 'Paralyze.'
'Mother' talks about having someone to confide in at low points in life. Drummer and clean vocalist, Colin Bennett explains, "Despite not being able to see past all of the negative sides of myself, my mother would always see the best in me. Having that person in my life to always remind me of my true self worth helped pull me out of a lot of dark mental places, and grew my love not only for mother, but for myself."
'Vices,' which concludes the EP, conveys the message of persevering through rough times. "We live in an era of complacency. People are content to stay trapped within toxic habits no matter the detriment it has on their lives or relationships with the people around them," says vocalist, Luke Stevens. "We wrote ‘Vices’ to encourage listeners to re-evaluate themselves and learn from past mistakes so that they can begin to work to better themselves every day."