With a sense of adventure and a hopeful spirit, Nameless put a twist on pop punk with their latest single “Promise”. The track follows the trio’s release of their debut, “Over You”, this past September.
A few notes on an acoustic guitar introduce the song and frontman Matt Priscilla looks inward and speaks to the same thoughts that many of us have probably found ourselves getting caught up in at one point or another. The self-critical tone doesn’t last long though, with “Promise”’s chorus ushering in a track-defining moment of optimism.
“Promise” carries effortless blend of genre elements within it. From the acoustic riff to hip-hop stylized beats and a singalong chorus, the track feels like both an ode to the classics and modernized enough for today’s musical landscape.
Stream “Promise” below