ColourMind‘s latest single “Trust” is an alternative punk style song (with a metal influence) that hits hard from start to finish. The song is a high-energy pop punk track that is driven by fast guitar riffs, loud drums, booming bass and a powerful vocal performance. ColourMind have brought all their influences to the table this time such as Blink-182, Green Day, Rise Against and Sum 41.
The chorus of the song is a standout moment, with the repeated refrain of “Trust is a bastard, I can’t afford / You won’t see me rise, so how can I watch you fall” serving as a rallying cry for anyone who feels disenfranchised or left behind by the powers that be. The lyrics are raw and unapologetic, speaking to the frustration and anger that many people feel towards the government and those in positions of power.
Overall, “Trust” is a hard-hitting and passionate song that is sure to resonate with fans of alternative punk. The combination of the band’s raw energy, searing guitar work, and metal style vocals make for a truly unforgettable listening experience. If you’re looking for music that slaps hard and speaks to the frustration and anger of the current moment, then “Trust” is definitely a song you won’t want to miss.