Those Without – Catchy pop-punk Swedish quintet drop new release ‘Serenity’.

Those Without – Catchy pop-punk Swedish quintet drop new release ‘Serenity’.

Those Without, the Swedish quintet known for their fusion of fast-paced rhythms, heartwarming melodies, and poignant lyrics, just returned with ‘Serenity’. Following the success of their previous hit “Rose-Colored Kaleidoscope”, the band promises to captivate audiences once again with their unique blend of pop-rock influences and pop-punk energy. The band has quickly gained recognition for their electrifying performances that seamlessly blend harmonic pop elements with intense instrumentals, creating an experience that inspires sing-alongs, crowdsurfing, and mosh pits all in one show.

Comprised of Oskar Westlin (vocals), Martin Spåman (guitar 1), Felix Lindquist (guitar 2), Filip Burman (bass), and Niki Hursti (drums), Those Without draws inspiration from artists such as Neck Deep, Hot Mulligan, and Loveless while carving out their own distinct sound. On the inspiration behind their current release ‘Serenity’ Those Without shared: “After Rose-Colored Kaleidoscope, we wanted to explore a different direction, aiming for a pop/rock sound with subtle hints of pop-punk. We envisioned mellow verses, a massive chorus, and an anthemic bridge – elements that ultimately shaped ‘Serenity’ into what it is.”

Lead vocalist Oskar dives into the thematic depth of the single, revealing: “‘Serenity’ is a song dealing with mental illness taking a variety of shapes and forms while you’re in a relationship with someone, whether it’s in your head or someone else’s, and the feeling of serenity you get when receiving the reassurance you need from that certain somebody. Serenity means a lot to us as a band and we’re certain that the pop-rock influenced instrumentals and the melodic catchy chorus will bring you the sense of serenity you need. Something about the instrumentals written for this song spoke to me in a sense that demanded bittersweet lyrics – with a positive message in a negative lighting. Writing lyrics for ‘Serenity‘ has been a pleasure as well as painful, and I believe it will shine through throughout the contents of the song.”

Listen to the track…

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