PREMIERE: Finding Common Ground Release New Song, "Honesty"

Photo Credit: Laura Audley

Photo Credit: Laura Audley

Denver, Colorado's Finding Common Ground have premiered "Honesty," the fourth track from their upcoming EP, The Time That's Passed. Fans can exclusively stream the track now below!

"Honesty is a song about assuming the worst in a situation. It's about letting insecurities dictate what you think a conversation might be about, when in reality, it is more than likely not as bad as you think. Most of the time, tensions can be eased by just being direct and honest. To an extent, that is what the entire record is about. It is about seeing things in a new light, and using that to move forward, to ultimately grow as a person." -Patrick Saal (guitar/vocals)

The Time That's Passed was engineered by Alex Scott (Its Teeth, Bleach Blonde), produced and mixed by Nick Steinborn (The Wonder Years, Why Bother?), and mastered by Bill Henderson at Azimuth Mastering. The band has also previously released "Staring Contest," which can be streamed now over at their Bandcamp.

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