Listen: ‘Wrong Kids’ by Restless Streets

Heading to Albany, New York for scintillating rock quintet Restless Streets and their emotive new single Wrong Kids. Taken from their forthcoming E.P. Together, due 28 April, a % of the proceeds from the song sales will be donated to HERO, a charity working against heroin addiction.

About (via Facebook): Restless Streets is a melodic rock outfit from Albany, NY. The band creates their sound as an extension of their own personal lives and experiences. Spontaneity, romance and deviance resonate in the wake of each members daily behaviour and each song they live to create.

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In a collective statement, the band reveals of the song’s origin and inspiration:“The lyrics for “Wrong Kids” were written as if we are speaking to a friend that we won’t ever have the chance to speak to in our physical lives again. We created the video in a way that allowed some of our closest friends and fans to be included, while expressing their feelings. We wanted our city to assemble and deliver a message to the one’s they’ve lost to addiction, as if they had one more chance to talk. Addiction has become a terrible epidemic worldwide and we felt that we could connect with others who are dealing with the same heartbreak in an effort to help them cope along with us. We want people to be conscious of the fact that everyone faces similar struggle in life and there is no stronger message that we would like to portray than the fact that we understand the difficulty of loss, we need to support one another and we are all in this life together.”

“Wrong Kids” comes from the band’s forthcoming EP – “Together” – which is set to be released on Friday, April 28th and will be celebrated with a few special shows, where Restless Streets will get the opportunity to play alongside bands such as Emarosa and Hawthorne Heights (full details can be found on Restless Streets’ Facebook page)!

Additionally, the band would like to announce that a portion of the proceeds from sales of “Wrong Kids” will be donated to HERO – a charitable organization dedicated to stopping the heroin epidemic and helping the families of those lost to the disease of addiction.