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Weigh The Anchor from Oakville, Ontario are releasing their sophomore EP Right At Home tomorrow. Ryan had a chance to talk to the band about their new EP and more… Tell us a bit about the beginnings of Weigh The Anchor? The band started out through friends of friends. A couple of us knew one other person, but our first band practice was the first time we had all met each other. We’ve come a long way since then and have gone through some changes, our drummer Brendan was in another band that played our first EP release show and then ended up joining the band not too long after. You recently released new single Abrasive, can you tell us what inspired the song? Abrasive was inspired by some events that had come to pass in each of our lives since the previous EP was written. Our goal with this EP was to make every song different and stand out from each other, and Abrasive became our “angry” song where we just wrote something fast and aggressive as a sort of catharsis for what we had been feeling, rather than just look to move past it. Brendan, you said that […] For more, go to: (Source)

Oakville Ontario punk rockers,  Weigh The Anchor have shared their new single “Clandestine” off of their upcoming EP . Weigh The Anchor’s vocalist Andrew Zamora reflects on the significance of the new single and up and downs of life: “Everyone in this world can undeniably say that life is full of upsides and downsides. Clandestine is our experience of feeling that the choices we’ve made when faced with hard decisions have lead to periods of happiness and success, but also abrupt, life-changing experiences. Life itself will send hardships your way in the blink of an eye but the ability to absorb, reflect and evolve will push you to a place where you can become the person you truly deserve to be. Setbacks and comebacks… Both are never-ending chapters.” Earlier this month Weigh The Anchor announced that they will be releasing their third EP titled “Right At Home” on July 10th. The EP will feature four tracks from the band and follows the group’s journey since their formation in 2016. Drummer Brendan Lennard explains where he sees the new music taking them in the future, “I think we have finally developed a sound that represents who we actually are as a […] For more, go to: (Source)