Press To Meco Announce New Album Transmute, First Single Another Day Out Now

Press To Meco Press Photo February 2021

Press To Meco are a band we here at Rock Sins have been enjoying since the early days of the band over a decade ago. So we are very pleased to be reporting the news that Press To Meco have today announced their brand new album Transmute. Transmute will be released on Marshall Records on the 11th of June.

The first single to be revealed from the album is called Another Day. The music video for the track is available for your watching and listening pleasure below:

On the subject of their new single, Press To Meco drummer / vocalist Luke Williams explains how it was written at a crossroads in the band’s future.

We wrote Another Day at a time when we weren’t even sure if we wanted to continue being a band. It’s about being at your lowest point and having resentment towards a dream, an ideal or a relationship you probably should have given up on a while ago. It talks about the aversion towards doing the positive things you know will help you and the inclination to continually put those things off.

Joined by their new bassist and longtime friend Jake Crawford, Press To Meco embarked on an adventure between UK lockdowns. They, along with their producer Machine, constructed a ramshackle studio in a 16th century lodge tower in the Cotswolds. The power of IKEA furniture is not to be doubted! In spite of the many difficulties the band has faced along the way, the end result is an album the band say is their finest work. A refinement of their earlier math rock approach, whilst still maintaining the musical identity that is unmistakably Press To Meco. The artwork and tracklisting for Transmute can be found below:

Press To Meco – Transmute Tracklisting:

Another Day
Smouldering Sticks
A Test Of Our Resolve
Baby Steps
Rusty Nails
Way To Know

Press To Meco - Transmute Album Cover Artwork

The album can be pre-ordered in a variety of formats from various places at the following link – Stay tuned for further updates from Press To Meco. For a blast from the past, check out our review of the Affinity EP from 2013.

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