Listen: Emarosa ‘Get Back Up’ on new single

Emarosa’s new album is due out in a few short days, but don’t expect the band to stop treating fans to new music. On Tuesday (Feb. 5), the Kentucky-founded act unleashed another new song from their forthcoming fifth studio album; a track titled “Get Back Up.”

Speaking with DuJour —where the song made its exclusive debut— frontman Bradley Walden reveals that “Get Back Up” holds a special place in his heart because of the special woman in his life whose never-ending perseverance inspired it; his mom.

“This is by far the most special song on the album for me. I wrote this song for my mom. She raised my sister and I by herself. We hit rock bottom many times, were kicked out of our home, living off food stamps, struggling to get by but that woman never gave up,” Walden says.

“No matter how many times we got knocked down, no matter how bad it got she was my rock and she got back up. I wouldn’t be the person I am today if it wasn’t for her perseverance, love, and determination.”

Listen to “Get Back Up” above.

“Get Back Up” joins previously released singles “Cautious,” “Don’t Cry,” and “Givin’ Up” on the band’s quickly approaching new release, Peach Club. Peach Club is due out this Friday, Feb. 8, through Hopeless Records. Pre-orders for the album are still available on the band’s website.

Peach Club is the follow-up to the band’s 2016 release 131.

Tonight, Emarosa will take the stage at the Prophet Bar in Dallas for their second sold-out Peach Club album release show. The mini-album release tour also includes stops at Club Red in Mesa on Thursday, Feb. 7; The Hi Hat in Los Angeles on Saturday, Feb. 9; and Anna O’Briens in Honolulu next Thursday, Feb. 14. After wrapping up their short jaunt, the band will head to Japan for four shows.

Emarosa’s upcoming tour itinerary can be found here.

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