Greeley Estates has released yet another track off their upcoming EP The Narrow Road. “Head Under Water” is a return to old school Greeley form, a move which will ensure the admiration of longtime fans. You can stream the new track at Front man Ryan Zimmerman had this to say about the band’s latest offering:

“’Head Underwater’ is a song that I wrote to vent.  It’s heavy and also has its melodic moments. It’s basically saying goodbye to a destructive relationship and moving on and putting situations from your past to rest. Hopefully it’s a song a lot of people can relate to.”

Greeley Estates’ THE NARROW ROAD will be available on iTunes November 20th.

THE NARROW ROAD is only the beginning of the Greeley Estates story. Look for the conclusion, Devil Son, coming in early 2013

The band is available for interviews upon request.

Greeley Estates is:

Ryan Zimmerman (Vocals)

Brandon Hackenson (Guitar)

David Ludlow (Guitar)

Chris Julian (Drums)

Kyle Koelsch (Bass)

Instagram: GreeleyEstates


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