The Burma release rebellious indie-rock song ‘Hard To Say’
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Irish rock trio The Burma share an electrifying and emotive story with their track titled ‘Hard To Say’ as they explore themes of teenage angst and rebellion, high emotions, and the joyous recklessness of youth.
This track embodies ‘main character energy’ – filling you with the feeling or desire to do something that will warrant after-school detention. The song is layered and reveals the good, the bad, and the ugly truth that youth is filled with a carefree sense of immortality. The band reveals that the track was written during their late teens and it seems incredibly fitting as the lessons it teaches were the very ones that we learn during our younger years and carry into adulthood.
‘Hard To Say’ was released this August via The Burma Music – the track comes off their upcoming album, Sucker For Stars, which drops October 14th. This track is an affirmation of The Burma’s skillful songwriting and crafting as we’ve seen them reach a No. 1 spot on the Irish iTunes chart with their chart-topping single ‘Don’t Believe Your Dreams’.