Short Stack Channel Their Pop Punk Roots in New Single ‘Armageddon’

Australian pop/rock trio Short Stack have dropped their massively catchy new single titled ‘Armageddon’, ahead of their forthcoming album, Maybe There’s No Heaven. Their third single since they signed with UNFD, the track presents a return to their earlier days where all they wanted to do was cover Blink-182, before they eventually exploded on MySpace with songs like ‘Drop Dead Gorgeous’. Frontman Shaun Diviney shares:

“We grew up as massive fans of Blink-182 and when we very first started out we would just play Blink covers in our garage. This song is a love letter to that. We wanted to make it a real throw back to our roots, super quick and really fun. It’s one of my favourite songs on the record.”

‘Armageddon’ is infectious and anthemic pop punk at its finest, and it’s so refreshing to hear this style from the boys again. Featuring loud, crunchy riffs and even with the “Na na na…” throughout the chorus, the band are wearing their love for 2000s pop punk loud and proud on their sleeves.

This new banger adds a new musical direction alongside previous singles ‘Burn You Down’, ‘Live4’ and ‘Love You Like I Used To’, part of their forthcoming record, Maybe There’s No Heaven. The album has received a new setback, and instead of being released at the end of February, will now be released on April 8 through UNFD.

I’m sure after the bangin’ tune they just pulled out, the extra wait will 100% be worth it.

Written By Tamara May @citylightstam

Pre-order Maybe There’s No Heaven here

Short Stack – Maybe There’s No Heaven tracklisting:

Intro: Maybe There’s No Heaven
1. Burn You Down
2. Armaggedon
3. Dancing With The Devil
4. Sunshine
5. Love You Like I Used To
6. Live4
7. Shinigami
8. Lights Out
9. Valkyrie
10. Cut Your Teeth

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Wall of Sound's Head of Album Reviews. Weekend Content. Pop Punk Enthusiast.