Social Animals have shared a new track, "Something to Keep Me Awake", via Rise Records. Recorded pre-COVID-19 at Chris Carrabba’s home studio (Dashboard Confessional), the track is eerily fitting for this time; a time when each day feels like a struggle and each news bulletin stokes a fire of desiring change, of protest, of restoring faith in humanity. The accompanying video shows footage of the band...

Social Animals have shared the video for their latest track "Get Over It" ​via Rise Records and directed by Gus Black (Deftones, Phoebe Bridgers, Lennon Stella). The catchy break-up anthem soundtracks moody visuals contrasting the high energy of the song with the desperation in singer Dedric Clark’s lyrics and delivery, as he sings of the feeling of waiting for some form of contact, some communication, which...

Social Animals has announced a limited-edition 7” vinyl release for their forthcoming single “Get Over It” – due out March 6th via Rise Records. The record includes previously released singles “Best Years” and “Bad Things” .

“Bad Things”, “Best Years” and “Get Over It” share the common thread of the strain of separation. Whether it be distance or mindset, these songs are...

Social Animals release "Best Years", out January 17th via Rise Records, and the accompanying video, which sees the band presented in black and white as they perform, the hazy visuals reflecting the constant movement of life on the road.

"Best Years" encapsulates the feeling of putting life on pause during tour, and watching that decision manifest into stunted relationships as those you leave behind inevitably move...