Last month, Sydney alt/rock outfit Grenade Jumper dropped their pumping arena rock anthem, ‘The Power You Flaunted’ which showed just how musically diverse these young upcoming Sydney rockers are. They’re stepping it up and slowing it down this time with brand new track, ‘Breathe In’. Frontwoman Bianca Davino explains:
“’Breathe In’ is about coming to terms with themes of traditional beauty standards and self-worth. It paints the picture of someone who’s at a crossroads – finding the balance between empowerment and being preyed on for your vulnerabilities.”
It’s a whole new side of Grenade Jumper we’re seeing right now, and quite a turn from the pop punk blistering ‘Heat Wave’ we heard from them earlier this year. ‘Breathe In’ sees the four-piece honing in on softer guitar melodies and is just a small testament to the band’s wide array of influences. Doesn’t look like these kids want to be boxed into just one genre though. Keep the surprises coming guys!
Grenade Jumper’s new two-track EP, What’s Left When It All Falls Down is out now. Listen here