Toronto noise-makers Fucked Up have shared a new single called Found — the second offering from their upcoming long-player One Day. The song picks up right where the first single and title track left off — leaving the listener wanting more.
Guitarist Mike Haliechuck had this to say on the new song: “I used to live on Davenport Road, which is one of the oldest streets in North America, and has been a First Nations trail for thousands of years, running along the north shore of Lake Iroquois, which receded after the last ice age. Just to the east was Taddle Creek, which was buried underground during the 19th century to build the streets I walk on. I thought about gentrification a lot, watching little stores get swallowed up by big buildings until I realized I am one of those big buildings.
The name of the song comes from the Shadi Bartsch translation of The Aeneid, where she points out that the words “found” and “stab” open and close the book, which are two meanings for the same Greek verb. That discovery is actually conquest, and that settlement is always violence. And that any story I try to tell myself about the place I found to live can only be a story to justify the expansion of one people across the world of another.”
Listen to Found in the embed below, and be sure to hit up their socials to show some love. Not sure about you, but we can’t wait to hear more — One Day is out on January 27th via Merge Records.
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