Metalcore Upcomers Bury Me Unveil New Track ‘Colourblind’

We love championing heavy Australian bands from all walks of life and when Bury Me landed in our inbox, we just had to get their song out to you as soon as possible. ‘Colourblind‘ is the Sydney five-piece’s new offering and if you appreciate the heaviness of early Parkway Drive/The Ghost Inside, then this’ll be right up your alley!

The band have been sitting on this song for a while now and it’s the start of what is to come for them in 2021, yep, you’re gonna be seeing their name popping up A LOT over the course of the next few months!

When discussing the new single’s subject matter, the band says:

‘Colourblind’ is a story of seeing a close friend using hallucinogenic drugs to escape reality, in their case an unhappy reality, and seeing them going down a dark path of relying on the drugs to be happy, to show them that it isn’t the way…”

To celebrate the new single, the boys will be hitting the stage tomorrow night supporting Ten Years Too Late and Brave Today in Dapto (The Gong) THEN on April 10th alongside Deathbeds and Repriever in Sydney! If you’ve been missing heavy shows, make a date with Bury Me!

The guys discussed their upcoming single launch gigs and reiterated they’ll be a force to be reckoned in 2021 after they get back on the stage:

“Everyone can expect a more energetic and impactful set, with focus on all of our songs as a whole. This is only the beginning of what is to come for Bury Me this year, great things are on the way.”

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Bury MeColourblind Launch Shows

Friday March 19th @ Diamond Dogs Music Lounge, Dapto
Supporting Ten Years Too Late and Brave Today

Saturday April 10th @ Burdekin Hotel, Sydney
Supporting Deathbeds and Repriever


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