Underoath Surprise releases heavy new song “Damn Excuses”

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Underoath just released their first new song since 2018 Erase me and the fresh cut is a heavy throwback to the band’s classic sound.

“Damn Excuses” was completely self-recorded and produced by Underoath at guitarist Tim McTague’s Feral Sound studio. A new album has yet to be announced, leaving “Damn Excuses” as a standalone single for the time being.

“This song came out of nowhere for us,” says keyboardist Chris Dudley. “Looking back, it probably stems emotionally from the anxiety a year of isolation will give you, and that ‘wanting to explode’ feeling came out effortlessly. It was therapeutic. We are the ones who are ready to go back to a noisy room with sweaty people and experience something real together.

Watch the video for “Damn Excuses” below.

Underoath’s “Damn Excuses” lyrics

You never gave me what I wanted but I’m stuck in the cycle with you
Fuck your revelation and fuck your weak conviction
I’m finally exposing the truth

Slow down you’re getting ahead man
Wait, we’ve already thought about this one
Why don’t you just wanna walk away

Take a deep breath before crossing the line
Find yourself another victim
Take cover, it could last all night
I don’t want an explanation

Yes
Exhausted you keep breaking down boy
How many times can you do this

Think before you cross the line
Find yourself another victim
Take cover, it could last all night
I don’t want an explanation

You never gave me what I wanted but I’m stuck in the cycle with you
Fuck your revelation and fuck your weak conviction
I’m finally exposing the truth

Lost inside excuses
Lost inside

Ring me (I never saw it coming)
Give up (I think I’ve had enough)
worry now (i never saw it coming)
I’ve had enough (oh my god)

I’m lost in the user’s eye

God can anyone hear me
God can anyone hear me now

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