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Selfish Things - New Music

SELFISH THINGS
ANNOUNCE DEBUT ALBUM LOGOS
OUT 29TH SEPTEMBER
BAND RELEASE NEW SINGLE HOLE 

The Toronto, Ontario four-piece, consisting of Alex Biro (Vocals/Guitar/Piano), Mike Ticar (Lead Guitar/Vocals), Cam Snooks (Rhythm Guitar) and Jordan Trask (drums), bring unabashedly honest music to a world fuelled by false promises and pretences. While taking their name from Jimmy Eat World’s “23”, with unmatched determination Selfish Things prove they are neither selfish nor self-serving. Having spent years cultivating and nurturing his raw, natural talent, dedication to musicianship and songwriting, Biro founded Selfish Things. All of this, in the hope of shedding light on one simple, yet oftentimes overlooked, concept — honesty. 

Selfish Things have announced their highly-anticipated debut album which will be released 20th September via Pure Noise Records. Logos is a collection of 11 tracks that dive right into the psyche of frontman Alex Biro. “I want people to know that there is strength in your faults. It’s just as important to suffer as it is to find moments of joy and happiness. Darkness and light need one another” shares Biro on the upcoming album.
In addition to the album announcement, Selfish Things have dropped a brand new single. Hole showcases the band’s unique musical style. A propulsive rock melody is further enhanced by heavy hitting percussion, gentle piano melodies and Biro’s one-of-a kind vocal quality.

“Hole came to life as a result of familial turmoil and the impact lifelong choices can make on the people who surround you. Certain people are willing to turn a blind eye to the wrongdoing and malicious intent of others for the sake of stability.” shares Biro on the track. “Mother’s shouldn’t blame themselves for the decisions their adult children make. It’s imperative as well that those adult children realise that grace is a two way street in the face of conflict, and that those who brought you into the world should be put before egotism and anger.” 

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