West Yorkshire’s As Sirens Fall drop their heaviest song to date on new single Puppy Squad.

Coming quickly off the back of well received previous singles ‘We Go Down Together’ and ‘Holy Water’, West Yorkshire quartet As Sirens Fall have dropped what’s arguably their heaviest song to date on new single Puppy Squad.

Three minutes of balls to the wall alt-rock that falls somewhere between pop-punk and nu-metal, it’s a resonant, visceral and venomous anthem for anyone who has dealt with bullies or abusers.

‘I wrote the lyrics to this song when I was all full up with rage – but also filled with hope,’ says As Sirens Fall vocalist Mikey Lord. ‘This is a song about escaping toxic relationships, be they romantic or otherwise. For a very long time I felt trapped with manipulative, agenda-driven people who made me feel like a sidekick – like I was small and worthless. It was dressed up as love, but it was all fake”.

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More from As Sirens Fall can be found on their Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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