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Boise emo punk rockers YOUNG, PLANETARY release new single “Dig”

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Boise, ID’s YOUNG, PLANETARY is back with a new single, available wherever you stream music. The song is called “Dig” and is from their upcoming release, Locations I Can’t Place, out later this year on Hidden Home Records.

Frontman Trevor Villagrana had this to say about the song:

“I wrote ‘Dig’ while I was living on my friend’s couch in Seattle. I had just moved to the city and met this girl while I was working at a café downtown. We became fast friends and it blossomed into something more very quickly. This song is about those people that come into your life at the craziest times and end up altering the course you originally set out for yourself.”


I washed up a corpse
on a beach waiting for lightning
to bring me back to life
but the storm it never came
instead it was you who pulled me back from shore

you hit me like a rush of blood to the head
and I’m dizzy at the thought of
seeing how deep your eyes dig into mine
so dig
keep digging
dig deeper into me

when I’m with you I never want to blink
like staring into the sun I love the sting
never want to lose sight of you
and the way you see right though
so don’t lose sight of seeing right through me

Karol Kamiński

DIY rock music enthusiast and web-zine publisher from Warsaw, Poland. Supporting DIY ethics, local artists and promoting hardcore punk, rock, post rock and alternative music of all kinds via IDIOTEQ online channels.
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