After years of anticipation, New Jersey natives Visenya have released a brand new single. Their new song “Enchiridion” recently premiered on The Noise, and is now available on all digital streaming services.
Visenya’s approach to progressive rock/post-hardcore borrows from the bands that preceed them (I the Mighty, Of Machines, Relativity-era Emarosa), while adding their own distinct flair and uniqueness.
In their interview with The Noise, vocalist James Perry explained what their new single symbolizes, and what it means to finally be releasing this track:
"This is the first song to come off of our debut EP, which is a few years in the making at this point, so finally being able to release it just feels awesome. [The song’s] meaning has sort of shifted over time, but this final version’s lyrics carry a sentiment of you being the author of your own story, so make it a good one.”
“The lyrics are a reminder to not compare myself to others or use others’ successes as a way to measure my own. We should learn from our mistakes and learn to let things go. As I think we all should, I’m constantly growing as a person by analyzing things in my past and moving forward to turn the next page.“
Pre-orders for Visenya’s forthcoming EP Common Place, which will be released May 31st, are available on visenyaband.com.
Stream “Enchiridon” on Spotify.
Common Place tracklisting:
May 17 @ The Chocolate Shoppe - New Brunswick, NJ
June 8 @ Rob’s Place - Union, NJ
July 20 @ Roxy & Dukes - Dunellen, NJ
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