Following Constant Dread and the record’s title track, Thunder In Our Hearts fills in as the third see of the band’s eighth studio collection, due out carefully on September 10 through Pure Noise Records, with actual organizations following on October 22.
Spreading out around taking off guitar songs, the appealing track’s passionate verses were impacted by alarm assaults frontman JT Woodruff experienced while composing the LP. He said:
“During the Rain Sessions I created alarm assaults that kept me up until 4am consistently, and I just couldn’t shake them. So most evenings, I was laying in the bed shaking until 4am, then, at that point awakening at 7am to prepare for the recording meeting. Consistently, my sincere like it planned to detonate, and there were minutes that really terrified me. During one of my investigations, I composed these verses concerning how the haziness that I feel consistently occurs between the bad dream and the fantasy, and it just appeared to hit acceptable. Everything began to bode well. I should have been home. I needed to be home. Yet, I just couldn’t arrive.