Pop Punks Catch Fire have released a new video for track Sylvester.
Featuring frontman Miles Kent bound by rope to represent helplessness, interspersed with performance sequences, he reveals the song is “very personal” and “about feeling trapped in relationships and cowering to the fear of upsetting other people. I’ve backed myself in corners far too many times, and let people walk all over me, and then punished myself for being weak. When I finally plucked up to the courage to make my own decisions and do things for myself, I began to feel myself again. It’s a cliché, but life really is too short to waste. Do right by you, every time, for the rest of your life.”
The single is taken from their forthcoming sophomore EP ‘A Love That I Still Miss’, which is set for release on 24th March via Rude Records, with Kent disclosing: “It is a collection of the most honest and heartfelt songs we’ve written.” With the title derived from track ‘Thin Ice’, Kent explains the artwork should ultimately be left open to interpretation for the most part, “but essentially, the shattered flower represents an individual and their perhaps undiscovered fragility.”