UNDERØATH Releases 'Wake Me' Music Video

UNDERØATH Releases 'Wake Me' Music Video

UNDERØATH's new music video for the song "Wake Me" can be seen below. The track is taken from the recently released deluxe edition of the band's latest album, "Erase Me", out now via Fearless Records. The deluxe version features the original album and includes the additional tracks "Loneliness" and "Another Life", acoustic versions of "Wake Me" and UNDERØATH's cover of NIRVANA's "Heart Shaped Box", and a 3TEETH remix of the Grammy-nominated track "On My Teeth".

UNDERØATH guitarist Tim McTague told Heavy Music Headquarters that singer Spencer Chamberlain wrote "Wake Me" and "Rapture" with an outside writer, Johnny Andrews, for a completely different project when he thought the band was never getting back together. "When we went into the studio, we had a pretty polygamist-based relationship where everyone threw anything they had been working on on the side into the pot," Tim said. "These two songs stuck out and we really took them to a different level and worked with what Spencer and Johnny created to make them a part of the new album."

UNDERØATH's sixth studio album — and its first since 2010 — "Erase Me", was released in April 2018. The disc was written and recorded over the summer of 2017 with producer Matt Squire (PANIC! AT THE DISCO, 3OH!3) and mixed by Ken Andrews (FAILURE, JIMMY EAT WORLD).

UNDERØATH is in the middle of a summer tour with KORN and ALICE IN CHAINS.

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