Track of the day #512: Social Contract – Myrtle Monotony

South London’s Social Contract return with their latest single, ‘Myrtle Monotony‘ taken from their forthcoming EP ‘Common Tongue’ set for release later this summer. Whirling, melodic guitars dominate the track before the huge, stadium sized chorus kicks in taking the track up a notch. ‘Myrtle Monotony’ has an effortlessly laid-back feel to it but it’s also super powerful in the same breath.

Speaking of the track Social Contract have said: “‘Myrtle Monotony’ is a song about reflecting on and recognising ones wrongdoings. Being able to take a step back, bare all and become completely vulnerable to your own thoughts and criticisms. Being able to manifest those negative thoughts into questioning your own actions, looking for a better path for you to tread.”

Social Contract are set to play the following shows across the rest of the year:

July 14 – Wasteland, Newcastle, UK w/ Richard Ashcroft

October 12 – Neighbourhood, Manchester, UK
October 20 – NWF Festival, Cardiff, UK

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