Me From You Release New Single "Borrowed Time"
Pop punk band Me From You have released their new single "Borrowed Time," available on all digital streaming platforms NOW. Me From You approach the pop punk construct with richness. "Borrowed Time" showcases just a small piece of this, but leads with a strong example and gives Me From You a unique, memorable edge. Ambient guitars and intimately personal lyrics tie together Me From You's sonic package. Their upcoming EP “Rival Towns,” recorded by Alan Day of Four Year Strong, tells a multitude of personal stories, while heavily utilizing reverse delay as a branded sonic element. About the single, the band states:
While writing this song, Steven was in the middle of a failing relationship and grieving over a lost family member. He was told the chorus line “try to do all you can” by a relative and used the line as part of the hook. Writing this song turned into a way for the writers to have closure on what they cannot control.
Me From You was started by Steven Murillo and Chris Murphy in early 2018. While recording their debut EP ‘ Framework’ with Christopher Sauter, at Sunrise Studios in late 2019, the duo had been working on a follow up to find their sound. In the spring of 2020, the band began working with Alan Day of Four Year Strong on their follow up to ‘Framework’.
Once the pre-production stage of writing had been completed, Steven and Chris sought out friends from another local band to help record the EP in May of 2021. Kevin Ultsh, Greg Morales, and Jonathon Cadena (Landscapes and Skylines, Dweller) joined Me From You during the recording process and have been instrumental in the writing and recording process. The band finished recording their second EP ‘Rival Towns’ at Ghost Hit Recording with Alan Day and support from James MacMillian (Stateside Management).
Me From You - "Borrowed Time"
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