Sum 41 Unveil ‘Catching Fire’ with Nothing, Nowhere

Sum 41 have fuelled new fire to the closing track on their latest album, Order in Decline (our review here) and teamed up with emo/rap artist Nothing, Nowhere as an added bonus. ‘Catching Fire’ is an anthemic yet touching song that shines a light on suicide, depression and mental health.

While it’s been a while since Order in Decline was released, revisiting this track reminds us of just how empowering Sum 41’s ballads are and how much emotion front man/lyricist Deryck Whibley pours into his music:

‘Just so you know, you meant the world to us
I know that it’s too late
And all I want is another chance
I can’t accept that you have left.”

Nothing, Nowhere is no stranger to collaborating with alternative/rock acts and clearly a big fan of pop punk, having just dropped a killer track with Aussie favs Stand Atlantic last month. While you’re jamming to his latest collab with the Sum 41 boys, here’s hoping that Offspring/Sum 41 Australian tour is currently being rescheduled and rebooked for a 2022 date. My fingers and toes are crossed!

If you or anyone you know needs help with their own mental well-being call Lifeline on 13 11 14 or Beyond Blue on 1300 22 4636 or find your closest Suicide Prevention/Crisis Support Organisation on Google…

Stream ‘Catching Fire’ featuring Nothing, Nowhere here

About Tamara May (815 Articles)
WoS Assistant Editor // Pop Punk Enthusiast // Also A Snowboarder & Traveller.

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: