Publish Malone is gearing up for the discharge of his fifth studio album, Austin, and with the pair of songs he’s launched up to now, it sounds prefer it’ll be his most private thus far. On the primary single, “Chemical,” he addresses his psychological well being and his addictions, displaying a need to vary, regardless of how arduous it appears.
Now, on “Mourning,” he painfully describes the method of getting sober, and coping with the truth that he’s pressured to face the feelings he had been numbing for years.
“Don’t wish to sober up / The solar is killin’ my buzz, that’s why they name it ‘mourning’ / Thought I used to be robust sufficient / Threw my bottle on the sky, mentioned, ‘God, that’s a warning’ / Don’t wanna sober up / Attempt to maintain it inside however I simply wanna pour it / Thought I used to be robust sufficient Bought lots of sh*t to say, couldn’t match it within the refrain,” he sings on the track’s refrain.
Whereas he has extra music on the way in which this summer season, Publish has been giving a hand at different endeavors, like an all-pink Elevating Cane’s restaurant in Utah. He additionally not too long ago helped a fan put a down fee on a house in Scotland.
You may hearken to “Mourning” above.
Austin is out 7/29 through Republic. Discover extra data right here.
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