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WITHOUT ANDREW TEASES UPCOMING ALBUM WITH NEW SINGLE

"All our anger and frustration was put into this song. And due to that, it is one of the strongest songs we have written."

Manchester, England’s Without Andrew has released “No Way Out,” a single from its upcoming album, The Great Divide, scheduled for release on May 14, 2021.

Without Andrew describes itself as “infusing the aggression of older punk bands like Bad Religion, Misfits and Dead Kennedys with the catchy melodic overtones of bands like Sum 41, Green Day and The Distillers. Without Andrew create a sound that is both reminiscent of older punk but with a nice modern touch, music for everyone.”

Without Andrew stated that “No Way Out’ is a direct response to the UK government’s management of the pandemic as well as the way a vast majority of people have handled it, citing hate crimes rising astronomically and people using the virus as a catalyst to push their outdated views.

“After what is arguably been one hell of an awful year, we here at Without Andrew have decided that we need to use our platform an influence to say things that we believe need to be said,” stated Lead Vocalist and Guitarist Matthew Buckley, “All our anger and frustration was put into this song. And due to that, it is one of the strongest songs we have written.”

In addition to Buckley and Danneh Gleave, “No Way Out” also features the band’s new guitarist, Monique Tallow.

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