Underoath release new song, “Pneumonia”

Florida rockers Underoath have shared their new song titled “Pneumonia,” which you can check out below in official visualizer form. The track appears on the band’s upcoming seventh studio album dubbed ‘Voyeurist,’ which releases on January 14th, 2021 through Fearless Records (pre-order).

A presser states, ““Pneumonia” is a sonic and lyrical voyage through death, partly inspired by the passing of guitarist Tim McTague’s father. Clocking in at just over seven minutes, the track shows Underoath continuing to push their boundaries as a band, serving as one of the most melodic and experimental songs in their career. As the track progresses, the listener is met with eerie guitars, pulsating drums, and an earth-shaking switch from Aaron Gillespie’s lush vocals to Spencer Chamberlain’s intense screams. You can check out the visualizer for the song here and find it on streaming services.

Regarding the writing process, McTague comments, “We started writing the song, randomly, on the anniversary of my dad’s death, and to release it exactly a year from that day is wild. I was in a funk and wanted to make something sad but felt drained. The song ended up becoming an audible journey of death and is called ‘Pneumonia’ because that is what was listed on my dad’s death certificate. It’s also the only song in the history of the band that Spencer and Aaron sat someone down and asked them (me) to help write some of the lyrics, which was truly an honor.

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‘Voyeurist’ track list:
1. Damn Excuses
2. Hallelujah
3. I’m Pretty Sure I’m Out of Luck and Have No Friends
4. Cycle ft. Ghostemane
5. Thorn
6. (No Oasis)
7. Take A Breath
8. We’re All Gonna Die
9. Numb
10. Pneumonia

Tour Dates:
Fri/Sept-24 Birmingham, AL @ Furnace Fest
Sat/Sept-25 Orlando, FL @ Rebel Rock
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w/ Every Time I Die and Spiritbox
Fri/Feb-18 Dallas, TX @ Southside Ballroom [TIX]
Sat/Feb-19 Houston, TX @ Bayou Music Center [TIX]
Sun/Feb-20 San Antonio, TX @ The Aztec Theatre [TIX]
Wed/Feb-23 Phoenix, AZ @ The Van Buren [TIX]
Thu/Feb-24 Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern [TIX]
Fri/Feb-25 Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues [TIX]
Sat/Feb-26 San Francisco, CA @ The Warfield*
Mon/Feb-28 Seattle, WA @ Showbox SODO*
Tue/Mar-01 Vancouver, BC @ The Vogue Theater*
Wed/Mar-02 Spokane, WA @ Knitting Factory* [TIX]
Fri/Mar-04 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex [TIX]
Sat/Mar-05 Denver, CO @ The Ogden Theatre*
Mon/Mar-07 Minneapolis, MN @ The Fillmore [TIX]
Tue/Mar-08 Chicago, IL @ Radius*
Wed/Mar-09 Detroit, MI @ The Fillmore [TIX]
Fri/Mar-11 Toronto, ON @ History [TIX]
Sat/Mar-12 Cleveland, OH @ Agora*
Sun/Mar-13 Wallingford, CT @ The Dome [TIX]
Mon/Mar-14 Boston, MA @ House of Blues [TIX]
Tue/Mar-15 Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AEv
Thu/Mar-17 Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel*
Fri/Mar-18 Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore [TIX]
Sat/Mar-19 Philadelphia, PA @ The Fillmore [TIX]
Sun/Mar-20 Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom*
Tue/Mar-22 Cincinnati, OH @ ICON [TIX]
Wed/Mar-23 Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore [TIX]
Fri/Mar-25 Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle [TIX]
*Not a Live Nation Date



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