These Four Walls, melodic-rock maestros out of South-East Queensland (but originally from New Zealand!) have returned with their first new music in a few years! “Fire Away” signals a new era for the band, a focus on new music and taking it to the world.
The band have taken their time to craft something special – and it’s been worth the wait. Not that they’ve been dormant. It’s been a huge couple of years for Queensland based rockers These Four Walls. Following a string of shows supporting high profile international acts such as Seether, P.O.D. Fuel, Theory of a Deadman and Trapt, the band decided to spend the majority of 2019 completing their long awaited third studio album.
With the new album in the final stages of production, These Four Walls are stoked to be sharing the first new track in over a year with their fans, with the album to follow in early 2020.
Vocalist Stephen Gibb says that the new single “Fire Away” lyrically “…explores the idea of apocalyptic devastation – specifically a comet hurtling towards the earth. How would we react in the face of potential annihilation? Do we unify, or turn to self-preservation? Ultimately the song is about facing down your challenges, regardless of the odds of success.”
These Four Walls will be bringing the FIRE to the stage this Saturday 7th December at Brisbane’s Woolly Mammoth Mane Stage with their mates Gutterfire, with tickets available at moshtix.com.au.