PREMIERE: Lines In The Sky’s “This World Is Not Big Enough For Me” is a prog-punk banger

photo: Seth Kays

For a three-piece band, Lines In The Sky sure know how to make a hell of a lot of noise. The Nashville-based trio peddle in rock that is aggressive and progressive, without falling into screamy cliches or jam-band noodling. Today, we’re debuting their brand new song “This World Is Not Big Enough For Me,” and if we’re being completely honest, it kinda sounds like Patrick Stump fronting Circa Survive. That might sound kinda weird, but we promise it works. Frontman Jesse Brock explains:

“The lyrics of ‘This World Is Not Big Enough For Me’ focuses on some severe issues of confidence that I have felt periodically. This one in particular deals with issues of weight, literally. The problem of hearing ‘be comfortable with your image’ while pop culture screams in your face that being overweight is detestable. Like many other issues, this one is very complex and facing it takes a lot of willpower. It is a struggle many people can relate to.”

Lines In The Sky’s new album, Parallel Travel, will be released in 2016; get more info here.

Lines In The Sky has a handful of dates lineup before the end of the year:

Nov 11 The Warehouse Clarksville, TN
Nov 24 Mercy Lounge Nashville, TN
Dec 21 Grove Haus Indianapolis, IN