ROAM, a pop punk group signed with Hopeless Records, have recently released their acoustic version of their song “Flatline”. The original version of the song comes from their Great Heights and Nosedives record they released in 2017. This is actually the second acoustic release they have done based off this album, the other being a version of “Playing Fiction”.
We are in love with the new releases and definitely feel you should check them out! On “Flatline” in particular the lyrics “I don’t wanna wake up when I flatline/Thinking that I’ve wasted all my time/I don’t wanna hope that I’ll be fine” seems to hit home that much harder in the acoustic version.
In regards to the acoustic releases, guitarist Alex Adam says, “It was the perfect way to round off the Great Heights and Nosedives Era. We’re ready to move on and try something new , and this seemed like the perfect way to put the GHAN era to bed for now.”
ROAM is currently finishing up tour on the Hopeless Noise Tour with a handful of dates left with other artists: Like Pacific, Story Untold, Between You & Me, and Bearings. If you haven’t seen them already be sure to check them out!
10/29/18- Charlotte, NC- Local 506
10/30/18- Richmond, VA- Canal Club
11/1/18- Cambridge, MA- Sonia
11/2/18- Amityville, NY- Amityville Music Hall
11/3/18- Philadelphia, PA- Voltage Lounge
11/4/18- Brooklyn, NY- The Kingsland
11/6/18- Hartford, CT- Underground
11/8/18- Pontiac, MI- Pike Room
11/9/18- Toronto, ON- Hard Luck