CILVER has debuted a new single, "Afterlife," today with LOUDWIRE.COM. The track is the second bit of new music we've heard from the band, who released "I'm America" last month via Revolver Magazine. "Afterlife is the last song that was added to our record," says vocalist Uliana. "It just magically came together so fast with the help of Mark Holman. I lost both of my parents at quite a young age and some friends and family more recently. This song talks a lot about accepting yourself, living your life to its fullest and living for today instead of waiting for the afterlife."
CILVER will release Not The End Of The World on March 18th, 2016 via Entertainment One Music, the first since signing with the indie label last year. The band's own Leon Lyazidi produced the record with help from well known producer Johnny K, who executive produced. The band is eager to release their songs to the world, the band spent a good portion of the spring locked away in Groovemaster Studios in Chicago.
"This is the perfect time to release this record," says Preotu. "A time where America is angry, frustrated, lost, but hopeful. The songs are honest and biographical to the point that every lyric made me cry as it transported me to important and memorable moments of my life. Moments of loss and hope, moments that every citizen and immigrant can relate to."