Bat and Ball turn anxiety crisis into a song with ‘It Goes In’

Anxiety pop band Bat and Ball unveil a new single, ‘It Goes In’, from their upcoming debut album.

Can you feel the anxiety invading your body and skin, penetrating your pores? With their brand new single ‘It Goes On’, Bat and Ball bring the stress high towards a crisis point, a climax, that will be particularly evocative for people who tend to excessively worry about small things until they become overwhelming. The lyrics deal with all viewpoints and it is like if your own anxiety was talking to yourself. The rough sound of guitars is also contrasting with the dark and oppressing softness of their previous singles.

Bat and Ball, the trio comprised of West Country siblings, Chris and Abi Sinclair, and Harri Chambers, are used to raise awareness about problematic topics that are caused by our modern societies. Their previous single ‘Worth‘ was a reflection about body image and the disempowerment of women.

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‘It Goes In’ is the fourth single from Bat and Ball‘s upcoming LP due later this year via Hush tongue Records.

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