Grayscale Release New Song "Catholic"; New Album Out Feb. 12th

 Philly alt-rock/pop-punk band Grayscale will release their breakout record What We’re Missing on February 12th via Anchor Eighty Four Records. In anticipation, the band has dropped an emotionally honest new song called “Catholic” today. Fans can pre-order the album on CD and Vinyl now at

Stream “Catholic” below:


"This is a very personal song about hypocrisy,” says vocalist Collin Walsh. “It is about how you see people differently as you age.  How people close to you portray themselves how they want to be seen, not who they truly are. Often times, the people pushing their beliefs the hardest are the ones actually trying to convince themselves that they follow those beliefs; whether they be religious or not. Eventually you will slowly pickup on the mask that those people wear. Eventually those people let you down and it can really be hard to deal with, especially when you're young. That's what Catholic is about."

Grayscale’s upcoming record, What We’re Missing, is produced by Gary Cioffi (Transit, Misser, A Will Away) and mastered by Grammy Award winning engineer Brian Gardner (The Story So Far, Teagan & Sara, Kendrick Lamar) and features artwork by Daniel Fishel


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