Bring The Noise conducted an interview with vocalist Sam Carter of the British quintet ARCHITECTS during the band's recent U.K. headlining tour. You can now watch the chat below.
ARCHITECTS filmed a video for its new single, "Day In Day Out", on October 8 at the Koko in London, England.
The "Day In Day Out" digital single was released last month via all digital platforms.
"Day In Day Out" is the first single from ARCHITECTS' new album, "The Here And Now", which will be released in early 2011 via Century Media Records. The CD was produced by Steve Evetts, who has previously worked with THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN and SEPULTURA, among many others.
Commented Carter: "'Day In Day Out' is our first single and will also be the opening track and the perfect introduction to our new album. Lyrically, it touches on a running theme through the album which is basically our lives and the way we lead them. We spend a lot of time away from home to do what we do and it doesn't always feel like it’s worth it. The song is questioning what we do, but it is also very positive and is about keeping your head up even when things aren't going your way.
"Parts of our new record will definitely surprise some people, but I think this song has more familiar aspects of 'Hollow Crown' whilst still showing glimpses of where we've taken our song writing on the new record."
On October 20, ARCHITECTS will embark on a North American tour with ATREYU, BLESSTHEFALL, CHIODOS and ENDLESS HALLWAY.
ARCHITECTS's most recent album, "Hollow Crown", was produced by John D. Mitchell (BRING ME THE HORIZON, ENTER SHIKARI). The CD was released in Europe oinn January 2009, and in the U.S. and Canada in February 2009 via Century Media Records.