Belfast’s noise punk outfit Enola Gay release latest single 'Cold'!
'Cold' is the first track following their critically acclaimed Casement EP. 
More of a shoegaze ballad, it reveals a more tender and introspective side of the band and shows more matured songwriting, a new depth and heartfelt singing.
It speaks about resilience through grief after the passing of a close friend’s younger sister:
"Cold was one of the first tracks we ever wrote, written from a place of admiration for our close friend and her family. We vividly remember meeting her and the infectious energy she brought to our friend group so to discover that she had a sister, who was terminally ill, really took us back. As she and her family battled one of the most tragic experiences imaginable, their love remained fortified and their heads grounded.
Witnessing this set our adolescent self-destructive behaviour into perspective. We wrote something we hope echoes an acceptance that you can be bruised without being broken. We all have our problems but we can’t become consumed by them, be grateful for what you have. Cold is not just a song of incomparable loss; it is about not being alone through it."
'Cold' is now out on all digital platforms - here.
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