Bristol based band Immerse have recently released the follow up to debut album Suffer, coming in the form of second full length The Weight That Holds Me Here.
A band that bring hope for better days ahead, Immerse are a post-hardcore quartet who lay out all the pain, disparity and fears that come with being human. But it’s not all gloom; the band confronts these feelings head on to generate positivity and optimism in their music, something they use as a platform to unify alongside their fan base and tackle important issues in society through their lyrics.
Immerse have justified their ever-growing presence in the UK music scene, playing shows around the UK with the likes of Holding Absence, Hacktivist and more. Their debut album Suffer has already achieved over 1 million streams and counting.
Teeth gritting riffs, soaring choruses and passionate live performances have won them a loyal fanbase which is destined to keep on growing. With their eyes set firmly on the top, these four lads are set to solidify their place in history, continuing in this trail of success with their new album The Weight That Holds Me Here released on 26th March 2021.
The album, which features singles Here’s Hoping, Red Shade, Paralyse and With You which you can listen to below showcases a myriad of different sounds, ideas and genres and comprises a solid collection of 11 songs which take the listener through a journey of anger and reflection. Having gained national media attention from renowned publications including Rocksound, Metal Hammer and Kerrang! it seems Immerse are a band on the rapid incline.
Speaking about the band’s latest LP, frontman Archie Hatfield says “The Weight That Holds Me Here’ is shaped by truth, heartbreak, loss and distance. We wrote & recorded these songs before the pandemic. It was a difficult point in each of our lives due to different reasons but we came together to create this piece of art. We’ve never been more open and honest with our music so we have a very special connection to these songs. Making this album was our therapy.”