Track of the Day #1058: Youth Sector – Free Parking

Youth Sector - Free ParkingBrighton based Youth Sector returned today with their latest single ‘Free Parking‘. The track is in Youth Sector’s blue-print, angular art-rock style with punchy riffs, clever lyrics and has an overall intense vibe. ‘Free Parking’ is the latest single taken from Youth Sector’s forthcoming EP ‘Quarrels’ which is set for release next month.

Speaking of the track, Youth Sector have said: “This one comes from the bones of an old song that got started years ago but it wasn’t quite there. In all its iterations though, the song has always been about the fear of getting old and boring. The “four miles, five miles for free parking” line refers to those dull exchanges grumbling about how far you had to go to find somewhere to park.”

“In the final version, the metaphor took a life of its own and morphed into a surreal town planning session where I deal with the logistical issues of finding parking for the residents of a toy village: “these plastic people’s plastic permits only work in the week/how will they meet their plastic pals if they can’t park on the cheap?”

Listen to ‘Free Parking’ by Youth Sector below and keep up with the band on social media via the following links:

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