Tasmanian rockers Luca Brasi have today released new single, ‘Dying To Feel Alive’, taken from their forthcoming EP.
It marks the third taste fans have heard from the yet-to-be-titled EP, following singles ‘This Selfish Love’ and ‘Yossarian’.
“(It’s) a reflection on resting on your laurels, but also trying to feel positive about good things, and taking stock,” frontman Tyler Richardson said of the song in a press statement.
“Pressing pause feels impossible most of the time, running myself ragged is the only time I even think about giving myself a break. Gotta have a second to feel the sun on your face when you can grab it.”
Check out the lyric video for ‘Dying To Feel Alive’ below:
Alongside the new release, Luca Brasi have also revealed that their recently announced post-COVID tour in their home state of Tasmania next month, has sold out. Fellow Tassie singer-songwriter Kat Edwards will join the band on all shows.
Back in June Luca Brasi released a split single with Slowly Slowly. Luca Brasi’s offering was called ‘Yossarian’, about the protagonist of Joseph Heller’s 1961 novel Catch-22, while Slowly Slowly dropped an acoustic track, ‘Slow Learner’.
Slowly Slowly released their third album ‘Race Car Blues’ back in February, alongside a planned national tour which was then postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.