In anticipation of their debut LP, New Jersey rockers Modern Chemistry released their second single, “Tripping Over You.”
The single carries a heavy emotional weight, using slow, sad verses that build into a huge, powerful chorus.
“This is one of my favorite songs we’ve ever made,” vocalist/guitarist Joe Zorzi said in a press release. “I actually wrote the chorus years ago. I always loved it, but never found the right place for it. I started working on the verses and prechorus of this song and all the sudden, it just fell together perfectly. I think Brendan (Hourican)’s guitar work really stands out on this track, with the ambient drones throughout and that huge, spacey chorus lead.”
The single comes in anticipation of their upcoming LP, Everything In Gold. Since forming in 2012, Modern Chemistry has self-released three EP’s including 2016’s Dreaming Adjacent, which was produced by Taking Back Sunday’s Adam Lazarra. Everything In Gold is also being self-released and will be available July 7. Preorders are available here.
Check out the music video for the first single from the upcoming LP:
Modern Chemistry is Joe Zorzi (Lead vocals/guitar), Brendan Hourican (guitar/backing vocals) and Jesse Slachman (drums/backing vocals). Catch them on tour this summer with Taking Back Sunday and Every Time I Die.