The Letter Black has released a full length demo for a new song titled "Last Day I Cared." The song is the first glimpse of The Letter Black's upcoming full length studio record, their first release in four years.
The upcoming album was funded fully through a kickstarter project, with fans donating $34,000 to bring The Letter Black's first independent album to life. "Last Day I Cared" is available through a lyric video uploaded to their facebook page. You can watch the video below.
The Letter Black's Sarah Anthony explained in a comment on their post that the song is "about not buying into the influence and lies of people who are trying to pull you in the wrong direction. For example, magazines telling you you have to look a certain way, or social media influencing you to think you have to have this perfect looking life, or Hollywood trying to convince you to follow them and their ideas... I'm sick of so many people, young or not, being wrongly influenced by those lies and feeling as if they're not good enough. No more buying the crap people are trying to sell me. Taking a stand, being who God made me without worrying about what others think, and encouraging others to do the same."
The new song isn't the only thing new in the lives of Sarah and Mark Anthony, the core members of The Letter Black. The Anthonys also welcomed a daughter over the weekend, Audrey Grace. "This little peanut has been waiting patiently while we've been recording the new record but she broke her silence at 12:40am this morning," the couple shared in a post on February 5.