We’ve got the exclusive premiere of “Nobody Lives Forever,” the newest single off of dark pop band Ula Ruth’s forthcoming 2016 EP, Fever.
Fittingly, the Brooklyn-based band recorded the ghostly track in the same allegedly-haunted Victorian house/studio where The National records.
Fever is Ula Ruth’s follow-up EP to Restless Nights, which was produced by Chris Ruggiero and mixed by Greg Giorgio.
“I always imagined the song taking place in a post-apocalyptic world, one where everything is crumbling right before our very eyes,” said vocalist/rhythmic guitarist Nic James. “Overall, there’s a lot of hope in the track, the fact that we’ll all make it out of the disaster just in time. There’s also a darkness looming that suggests the salvation is only for the time being, and unlike time, we are not eternal.”
Listen up to “Nobody Lives Forever” above.