We All Fall Down: Janiz Has Released New Single And Video

Photo By Margot In Love

The Chemnitz band JANIZ deals with a sensitive and personal topic in their new single. With “We All Fall Down” the emo-pop-punk band announces their new EP “Candy Coloured Rain” 

The emo/pop-punk band JANIZ from Chemnitz has been busy on the road since their formation in 2015 and has shared the stage with artists like Max Giesinger and First Blood. Their ultra-modern sound combined with their highly emotional themes hits a nerve, we can’t help but feel transported back to the heyday of pop-punk in the early 2000s. But not without picking out the complexity and D.I.Y. spirit of a modern young band.

Their new EP, “Candy Colored Rain,” their first release since their debut album in 2018, is a swan song to pretending to be okay. Depression, social exclusion, social media: JANIZ sing in a mixture of Paramore, My Chemical Romance and Blink 182 about things that are unfortunately hardly ever talked about.

“Candy Coloured Rain” will be released on June 17, 2022 and was mastered by Flo Siller (Sportfreunde Stiller, Bela B), among others.

‘We All Fall Down’ gives a deep insight into the mental health of a young woman trapped in a toxic relationship. We see firsthand how she gets deeper and deeper into an impasse and is torn by the decision of which evil to choose. End the relationship with someone for whom she still has very strong feelings, or to be drawn deeper into the madness that surrounds this person. all-encompassing.

It is an emotionally touching and stirring pop-punk anthem with an emo touch that leaves no one cold
with lyrics that tell the very personal story of one of the band members.

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