Ohio Pop-Punk Band Better Anyway Release New EP ‘Low, But Looking Up’

*The Following Press Release Was Issued By Attic Echo PR*

Ohio Pop-Punk Band BETTER ANYWAY Release New EP ‘Low, but Looking Up’
Ohio alternative pop-punk band Better Anyway released their second EP ‘Low, but Looking Up’ on October 23rd, 2020. With features from Tyler Albertson (Homesafe) and Kramer Welker (You vs Yesterday), the EP’s overall theme comes from a personal yet relatable place of feeling low, but being determined to get to a better place mentally.

Stream the EP ‘Low, but Looking Up’


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“The EP ’Low, but Looking Up’ was recorded over the span of eight months and was written differently than we have ever done before. This time, we actually learned to demo ourselves and I think that added more to what we thought was possible from a songwriting perspective. Not only that, but we were also able to collaborate with different artists like Tyler Albertson (Homesafe) and Kramer Welker (You vs Yesterday) that we have looked up to for a long time. The EP’s overall theme lies in the title, ‘Low, but Looking Up.’ The songs were written from the state of feeling low mentally,, but not wanting to feel that way forever and striving to get to a more comfortable place.”
– Nick Burkhard, vocalist

The EP was produced, mixed and mastered by Will Carlson Audio in Columbus, Ohio from October 2019 through June 2020.

Better Anyway is an alternative pop-punk band from Springfield, Ohio. After forming in 2018, they released their first EP ‘Reflections’ on November 16th of the same year. Following that, the band released a few singles and an entertaining video for the track “Ghosts.” They have played shows with the likes of Calling All Captains, Makari, You vs Yesterday and Big Smile. Better Anyway released their second EP ‘Low, but Looking Up’ on October 23rd, 2020.

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