The Home Team Celebrate Third Album Announcement With Stellar Double Single Release | THE NOISE


Hot on the heels of their announcement about the upcoming third studio album, The Crucible Of Life, earlier this week, The Home Team marked the occasion with a double single release for their fresh tracks "Roommates" and "Overtime." This follows their successful run with previously released singles, including fan-favorite tracks "Brag," "Loud," and "Hell."

Capturing The Home Team's sleek, infectious sound, "Roommates" is a dynamic anthem that places the group's masterful instrumentation and Brian Butcher's impressive prowess front and center. The chorus comes in with a biting kick, raising the whole track's atmosphere. The latter single, "Overtime," comes in with a fresh new energy, bold vocals, and groovy alternative melodies. The band's technical grooviness takes over the spotlight while Butcher's natural charm bursts through his vocal delivery.

"'Roommates' and 'Overtime' are two sides of the same coin," vocalist Brian Butcher shares. "I'm not super into astrology, but I do admit that I identify pretty heavily with the descriptions of my sign of Gemini in that I flip-flop between two sides of myself. These songs are a conversation between those two sides. 'Roommates' is from the perspective of a driven, organized and motivated side of me, and 'Overtime' is the respective creative and passionate side. Both have their weaknesses and their strengths, and they can't exist without the other, but they definitely get into shouting matches sometimes. Safe to say these songs mean a lot to me."

The Home Team is gearing up to support Caskets in Australia later this month. Following their return, the group is slated to act as a rotating headliner across the debut idobi Radio Summer School Tour, which kicks off in Cleveland, OH, on July 10. The band plans to finish the year by performing a handful of headlining shows overseas that have already sold out.

Check out The Home Team's latest singles, "Roommates" and "Overtime," today!


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