STITCHED UP HEART Releases Another New Song, 'Problems'

STITCHED UP HEART Releases Another New Song, 'Problems'

"Problems", a brand new song from STITCHED UP HEART, can be streamed below. The track is taken from the band's forthcoming sophomore album, "Darkness", which will be released in the spring of 2020 via RED Music. The 13-song follow-up to 2016's "Never Alone" was produced by produced by Matt Good of FROM FIRST TO LAST and D.R.U.G.S.

STITCHED UP HEART plans to release one new song each month until "Darkness" arrives next year. Singer Alecia "Mixi" Demner told Loudwire: "It's gonna be a little unique for the rock community, because it's not gonna be the way that albums are usually released. We're gonna try something kind of a little different to give people music consistently, like an every month you get a new song kind of thing."

Demner added: "I'm really excited about how it's gonna roll out. We're just trying something new, I think that with streaming and everything that's going on, this might actually help."

STITCHED UP HEART previously issued two singles this year, including "Lost", which features frontman Sully Erna from recent tourmates GODSMACK.

Demner added that the band's new LP is finished, mixed and mastered, saying that the group recorded some 70 songs for the project. She was not sure whether the unused tracks will appear on future releases or not.

Demner performed as a vocalist in various bands before starting STITCHED UP HEART in 2010. She told Spokesman.com that her influences are appropriately and wildly eclectic: PANTERA, GLASSJAW, DEFTONES, Louis Armstrong.

"I really like mixing those elements," Demner said, "the heavy, drop-tuned guitars with something that catches your attention and that you can remember."

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