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Hailing from Tulsa, Oklahoma, post-hardcore quartet Outline In Color have today released a brand new single, “Poison Prescribed As Medicine”. The poignant track is taken from the band’s upcoming EP, “Imposter Syndrome Pt. 2”.

In addition to the new single, Outline In Color has also released the accompanying music video, which casts a sobering light on the state of the current healthcare system. Speaking on the track, Outline In Color shares:
“PPAM is inspired in part by the seemingly ever-growing opioid crisis that is taking too many people too early. Whether you have experienced it personally or lost someone close to you, I think anyone can relate to the feelings of loss in this song. The chorus line “What a beautiful day to be broken” describes how you can wake up with a thousand reasons to be happy everyday, but somehow the grip of the negative in our life always seems to overshadow. In these times especially, we need to be kind to each-other. You never know what the person next to you is going through on the inside.”
“Imposter Syndrome Pt. 2” can be preordered here, and watch the music video for “Poison Prescribed As Medicine” below…

Imposter Syndrome Pt. 2 EP

Track Listing

1. Poison Prescribed As Medicine

2. Today’s Western

3. Goodbye To My Friends

4. Why Should You Survive

5. Don’t Wanna Try AnymoreOutline In Color consists of Michael Skaggs (vocals), Jonathan Grimes (vocals and bass), CJ Cochran (guitar), and Austin McFerrin (drums). Outline In Color seamlessly blends elements of hard rock, metal, nu-metal, pop, and R&B. The vocals are heavily laden with soulful singing and tastefully peppered with screaming and backing vocals, and the music features both rhythmic grooves and atmospheric ambience. The totality is a genre-blurring experience that gifts the listener with melodies that linger and beg to be heard again.

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