THE TREBLE Unveil New Single ‘All The People’
The Treble demand to be listened in their newest release, All The People, lifted from their forthcoming sophomore album Rivals.
All The People is the latest in a string of singles that the band began releasing after their acclaimed debut album Modernaires was released in 2017. Rising the build up ahead of the release of their second album Rivals to the roof, the latest track is a powerful ode to the freedom of self expression that the band members themselves admit to have struggled with. Its protestive vibe consists of infectious dynamic riffs and a catchy easy listening chorus underlying lead singer’s Mark Brusegard demanding vocals that emotionally narrate: ‘All the people up in my head / They got me running / And I know they see right though me like a hole in the wall / But they’re holding on to me ’til there’s nothing at all.’
Speaking of the new song, the band explains:
We spend so much of our time dealing with so many voices in our heads telling us what to do that we sometimes have a hard time just listening to each other. “All The People” is a song about not being afraid to talk to someone, but also not being afraid to listen. Knowing that whatever you’re dealing with, they’re probably dealing with something too. We are all in this together.
With only a few weeks away from the release date of their second album Rivals, the band also comments:
On our sophomore album (out 4/24), we spoke without thinking. We stopped trying to water things down, stopped chasing what other people told us to, and just honed in on what felt good and made us happy. It’s funny, but when you finally stop being unsure of whom you are and kind of just realize you’re already yourself, that’s when everything starts aligning.