Perth sons Make Them Suffer have today unveiled details of their forthcoming new album Worlds Apart, set to be released on Friday, 28th July.
Featuring new single ‘Fireworks’, Worlds Apart will be the band’s follow-up album to 2015’s Old Souls and will no doubt reflect the gallons of experience they’ve acquired in the multitude of shows they’ve played between albums – touring both at home and abroad with the likes of Parkway Drive, Architects and In Hearts Wake.
The resulting record, according to Make Them Suffer, reflects “a new era for the band” representing their growth as musicians and songwriters intent on pushing towards their full potential.
“It’s the risks in songwriting and production taken in the past that lead us to this point,” says frontman Sean Harmanis. “The album is a reminder to ourselves that change and growth are good things, as both have been integral to the success of this band and its identity. It’s tough to say so early, but I think Worlds Apart is an album that will be in your stereo for quite some time.”
Ahead of their album’s release, Make Them Suffer will head out on the road month in support of The Amity Affliction’s national tour. See dates and details here.