GRAYSCALE SHARE NEW SONG “BABYLON (SAY IT TO MY FACE)” — LISTEN
THIRD FULL-LENGTH UMBRA OUT AUGUST 27 ON FEARLESS RECORDS
Philadelphia alt rock band GRAYSCALE — Collin Walsh [lead vocals], Andrew Kyne [guitar], Nick Ventimiglia [bass], Dallas Molster [guitar], and Nick Veno [drums] — have shared another brand new song in the form of “Babylon (Say It To My Face).” Listen here.
“‘Babylon’ was the last song we wrote for Umbra,” says Walsh. “It is a song that, to me, touches on the types of people who speak on things they shouldn’t and give their uninformed opinions when nobody asked. Most often times those same people don’t understand or have any experience regarding what they’re saying; they also always are too afraid to say it in person, so they stick to saying it on the internet.”
The song appears on the band’s upcoming third full-length Umbra. The album arrives on August 27 on Fearless Records. Pre-order the record, produced by Courtney Ballard (Five Seconds of Summer, Waterparks), here. Grayscale also recently dropped the video for the thought-provoking first single “Dirty Bombs.”
Umbra follows 2019’s Nella Vita and 2017’s debut Adornment. The album finds the band not reborn but refined and truly coming into their sound.
After racking up 50 million streams and receiving praise from Forbes, Alternative Press, Billboard, and more, the quintet have opened up themselves and their sound throughout these 11 tracks.
For Grayscale, Umbra is the end of the beginning.
All previous records served as stepping stones accumulating and shaping the band’s course and leading them down an artistic and aesthetic path to this point. Umbra is more of a feeling than a concept; it is an energy. It is all the things we keep underneath or to ourselves. It is the cold feeling of internal conflict, the bargaining, and the wickedness that exists within a space otherwise covered in light. The sounds don’t necessarily match the stories; the energy doesn’t always match the intent. It’s not about the light or the dark. It’s about the light and the dark.
Welcome to the other side. Welcome to Umbra.
Grayscale will return to the road as part of the Sad Summer Festival. The band will also appear with All Time Low and The Maine on the Side Summer shows. All dates are below.
GRAYSCALE ON TOUR:
SAD SUMMER FESTIVAL
8/6 — Sacramento, CA — Papa Murphy’s
8/7 — Anaheim, CA — The Grove Outdoors
8/8 — Phoenix, AZ — Van Buren*
8/10 — Denver, CO — Mission*
8/13 — Kansas City, MO — KC Live!*
8/14 — St. Louis, MO — Ballpark Village*
8/15 — Tulsa, OK — Cain’s Ballroom*
8/17 — Dallas, TX — Bomb Factory*
8/18 — Austin, TX — Stubb’s*
8/20 — Orlando, FL — The Orlando Ampitheater
8/21 — Atlanta, GA — Masquerade
8/22 — Nashville, TN — Marathon*
8/24 — Norfolk, VA — NorVa*
8/25 — Harrisburg, PA — XL Live*
8/27 — New York, NY — The Rooftop at Pier 17
8/28 — Baltimore, MD — MECU Pavillion
8/30 — Toronto, ON — RBC Echo Beach*
8/31 — Columbus, OH — Express Live Outdoor
9/1 — Cleveland, OH — Agora*
9/3 — Asbury Park, NJ — Stone Pony Summer Stage
9/4 — Worcester, MA — Palladium Outdoors
9/5 — Philadelphia, PA — Skyline Stage @ The Mann
9/7 — Pittsburgh, PA — Stage AE Outdoors
9/10 — Milwaukee, WI — The Rave
9/11 — Pontiac, MI — Crofoot
9/12 — Cincinnati, OH — Icon Music Theater*
*SIDE SUMMER WITH ALL TIME LOW + THE MAINE
Collin Walsh — Vocals
Dallas Molster — Guitar
Andrew Kyne — Guitar
Nick Ventimiglia — Bass
Nick Veno — Drums