NASHVILLE, Tenn. — North American rock band SLIGHTLY OFF CENTER released a new single — “In The Middle” — today, October 1, 2020. The guitar-laden song explores the long road traveling through life’s phases, going down unexpected turns, passing valleys up to elating surprises, then facing forward and doubling down on what lies ahead.
The four-piece band is a collection of longtime friends reunited after decades of journeying down their own separate paths.
In addition, the band released a video, filmed while recording in a remote cabin in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, to accompany the track.
“The world was months into quarantine and a passing tropical storm poured heavy rains down on us, so we plugged in and cranked out as much material as we could within those four days in July,” said frontman Eric Tabone about the recording experience.
Formed officially in 2020, the inception of SLIGHTLY OFF CENTER goes back to 2002 as a musician’s collective. Reuniting years later, they decided to record a project.
SLIGHTLY OFF CENTER is Eric Tabone (Vocals, Bass), Patrick Holland (Guitar), Brandon Berube (Guitar) and Andy Cary (Drums).
“In The Middle” is available for listening on Spotify (Pre-Save here).
For more information, promo requests, or to arrange an interview, contact Andy Cary at firstname.lastname@example.org.