Philadelphia post-punk trio Control Top have returned with their first single of the year. It’s called “One Good Day.” In a statement, vocalist/bassist Ali Carter said the track is about “facing your flaws to become a better person for yourself and the people around you, getting outside of yourself to realize everyone has their own struggles and are doing the best they can, and above all trying to help each other even if what we do is imperfect.” Listen below (via The FADER).
Control Top released their debut Covert Contracts last year. Read Pitchfork’s Rising feature “Control Top Make Urgent Noise Out of Crushing Political Anxiety.”
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