SINGLE MOTHERS stream new single ahead of 2000Trees performance

'Metropolis (Cultivated Wasteland)' out 12th July; Currently on tour in the UK


Canadian hardcore quartet SINGLE MOTHERS are streaming new single 'Metropolis (Cultivated Wasteland)', the first new music heard from the band since the release of their 2018 albumThrough A Wall.

Set for release on 12th July via Big Scary Monsters and premiered via Brooklyn Vegan, listen to 'Metropolis (Cultivated Wasteland)' here:


Vocalist Drew Thompson comments " ‘Metropolis’ was recorded just before ‘Through A Wall’ at Lincoln County Social Club in Toronto Ontario. It’s a collaboration between Peter Landi and myself. I had recently moved apartments and my old landlord had sold the building we lived in and kicked everyone out. There was a real estate boom and we were all seemingly in the middle of it. Peter came to me with the song and once we were in the studio the lyrics came right away. I was just venting. A few years before I was living in my van. Sometimes it takes all the energy you have just to keep the lights on. "

Single Mothers are currently touring the UK and will be performing at 2000Trees Festival this weekend. This is the band's first UK headline tour following their run supporting Drug Church, and since the release of their ferocious 3rd album, Through A Wall, out now on Big Scary Monsters. The album, which Noisey called ' their most vicious yet,' is a blistering return to the band's hardcore roots.

Remaining dates:

12.07 - Southampton, Heartbreakers
13.07 - Cheltenham, 2000Trees Festival
14.07 - Bournemouth, The Anvil

Purchase tickets here:

Through A Wall is out now on Dine Alone and Big Scary Monsters. It is available for purchase here.