“Sounds modern and classic at the same time, with sonic nods to legendary acts like Minor Threat and 7 Seconds.”- Consequence
“If you hold long-gone Philly punks Kid Dynamite as one of the pinnacles of hook-laden, hardcore-infused punk rock, then Rest Easy are here to help you out…a furious blast of old-school goodness.”- Kerrang!
“A rippin’ dose of melodic hardcore.”- Brooklynvegan
“A mass of tightly-knit, expertly played cathartically natural Punk-Rock music.”- Ear Nutrition
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Vancouver punk rock 4-piece Rest Easy (consisting of members of Daggermouth and Shook Ones) have unveiled “On The Outside”, the final single to come before the release of the band’s new album titled ‘Hope You’re Okay,’ out October 28 on Mutant League Records.
Vocalist Dylan Hossack says, “”On The Outside” is about a friend of mine, a survivor of domestic violence. I think DV is a subject that needs to be talked about more, especially now. I wanted to write a song to help people who are stuck in DV and also to help normalize the conversation. So so many people in this world deal with DV everyday. I hope this song helps them along and at the least lets them know they are not alone.”
“On The Outside” follows the release of the album tracks “Hey Maxine” and “The Hill.”