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Selfish Sons Share Vulnerable Side With Alt-Pop Anthem 'Edge of Emptiness'

Selfish Sons have a unique talent for turning relatable themes into hooky alt-rock anthems, and their latest track 'Edge of Emptiness' is no exception.

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Recounting a conversation with a close friend about struggling with mental health, Selfish Sons explore the dichotomous relationship of mental health through Edge of Emptiness. Ascertaining the nuanced differences of everyone’s experiences with mental health, the Aussie born, LA-based trio have created a dreamy world of love, desperation, and hope.

“I loved the dichotomy of that and how it's so easy to forget when you're in a tough spot that everyone knows the feeling just as intensely as you do and it's better to feel that together than alone." - Selfish Sons

Produced by pop auteur Tom Eggert (MTNS, Shag Rock), Edge of Emptiness follows on from ‘Burn’ and ‘Get Me Down’. The finishing touches of the track were deftly placed by Jarryd Shuker (Art of Sleeping) to complete this moody, alt-pop gem.

Combining individual experiences, unique backgrounds, and unified influences, Selfish Sons form a sound that is instantly recognisable, yet uniquely theirs. The trio have recently shared the stage with The Kid Laroi, The Driver Era (US), Pale Waves (UK), and MAY-A, moving audiences nationally and across the globe.

Channelling the youthful energy of 5SOS, the candour of The Neighbourhood and the warmth of COIN, Edge of Emptiness launches Selfish Son’s music into a new era.

Masterfully pairing their trademark sounds of hazy electric guitars and live drums with the addition of a dreamy lo-fi atmosphere and Jordy’s vulnerable lyricism, Selfish Sons have created a world that will wrap up audiences around the world.

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