It has been about a year since New Years Day released their full length LP, Unbreakable. Working with Mitchell Marlow (All That Remains, In This Moment) and Scott Stevens (Halestorm, Shinedown & American Authors) the band’s seventh record has become one of their most enduring. The cuts “Come for Me” and “Shut Up” helped propel the release to move past 20 million streams globally.
In January, NYD also launched their Through the Years box set featuring the entire catalog on colored vinyl, a Blu-Ray DVD of the band’s collection of videos and a a four-page picture book of never-before-seen photos of frontwoman Ash Costello and New Years Day spanning their entire career.
The latest offering from the band is another selection from Unbreakable in “Skeletons.” Ash said this of the song. “It’s clear to me that ‘Skeletons’ is a favorite along the NYD fan community since day 1. Something about this song resonates. The right mix between heavy, soft, strong and soft vocals really made it stand out on our record from the rest. The song is about opening up and letting you who hide inside come out, so for that reason, I performed the song alone on the music video. It’s tough because it makes you vulnerable as a rock front woman to be without you band but it changed the performance into something pretty unique from out other music videos. I hope everyone enjoys it,” said Ash.