On Your Nerves announce debut album ‘Brace For The Best’

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ON YOUR NERVES have announced their debut album!

Titled Brace For The Best, the upcoming album from the Pittsburgh, PA-based pop-punk band is their debut full-length record and is scheduled to be released in August this year, via Static Era Records.

The upcoming debut album was recorded with Zac Eisenstein [MAN OVERBOARD] and Pete Zen at Landmine Studios who helped the band push their creative boundaries and really hone in on their sound. Eisenstein comments, “I worked with ON YOUR NERVES because I literally heard them on Instagram and was like ‘wow these kids get it.’ I was so thrilled to find younger guys with talent and an open mind. They worked so hard before and during the recording. I couldn’t have had a better time working with them and Pete. And I couldn’t be more proud of what we have!”

Alongside the announcement of the debut album, the band have released a new music video for a new song lifted from the upcoming debut; Deep End.

Speaking about the new song, vocalist Caleb Andrykovitch states, Deep End is a love song through and through. I wrote it about the significant moments of a relationship. The whole song came together very naturally because of how many feelings and personal experiences I had to work with. The main idea of the song is that life is great having someone by your side.”

Watch the official music video for Deep End here:

Also, you can view both the track list and artwork for the upcoming debut album below:

Track List:

1. Deep End
3. Tempest
4. Facade
5. So Alone
6. 84%
7. Wearing A Flannel To A Funeral
8. Pass Me By
9. Wishing Well
10. Interlude

Brace For The Best - On Your Nerves

Brace For The Best is set for release on August 5th via Static Era Records. Pre-orders are available now and can be purchased here.

For more information on ON YOUR NERVES like their official page on Facebook.

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