Boise, Idaho’s Young, Planetary is debuting a music video for the latest single “Separate Rides Home.”
Regarding the inspiration for the song, Trevor Villagrana (vocals/guitar) says, “When an old girlfriend of mine and I split up, we did what a lot of couples do and tried to meet up and talk things out. We would go to this restaurant that we used to eat at all the time when we were together and do our best to salvage the feelings we had for one another. After a few times of meeting up, we had stacked up these garage receipts from where we would park our cars. But no matter how much we talked, we could never make it work. We would end up walking back to our cars to “take our separate rides home,” so to speak. It’s tough admitting defeat in situations like that.”
The band’s upcoming EP ‘Locations I Can’t Place’ will be released on August 7 via Hidden Home Records.
Stream the single “Separate Rides Home” here: http://hyperurl.co/kyk4xh.
All the proceeds from the new single will be donated to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Pre-order vinyl bundles here: http://hiddenhomerecords.storenvy.com/products/30609190-hhr028-young-planetary-locations-i-cant-place-12-vinyl
Pre-order ‘Locations I Can’t Place’ on Bandcamp: https://hiddenhomerecords.bandcamp.com/album/hhr028-locations-i-cant-place
Pre-save on DSP’s here: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/youngplanetary/locations-i-cant-place