With their highly-anticipated new EP set to drop near the end of the month, Exit Kid have now returned to unveil a thunderous new single.
The new track 'Working Stiff' follows on from the previously shared cuts 'Hell In A Handcart’ and ‘Bleary Eyed' in previewing their new EP 'Garden', which is out on the 27th November.
Speaking about the new offering, the band's Emre Türkmen said, “I wrote ‘Working Stiff’ a few years ago and it has always been one of our favourite songs to play live. The song is about the grind of touring and the detachment that comes with it. Trying to reconnect with people after a long stretch away is always difficult.
"Like a lot of the earlier songs, it was written in a hotel room in USA. The lyric “I try to find a melody that fits the frame, that holds the key” was about struggling to find the melody and words for this song. I was on the phone to my girlfriend, telling her how uninspired I felt and after hanging up, just sang that line. She (now my wife) still thinks it’s funny. I think it’s meta.”
Have a listen to 'Working Stiff' in the player below.