After returning to the road last year following what was essentially a four-year hiatus, the Gaslight Anthem has today (April 28) released “Positive Charge,” its first new single since 2014. With an anthemic chug in the vein of the band’s New Jersey rock forefather Bruce Springsteen and late-period Replacements, the track is out on the band’s Thirty Tigers-distributed Rich Mahogany Recordings label and was produced and mixed by Peter Katis (the National, Interpol).
“‘Positive Charge’ began as a message of joy to ourselves and to our audience,” Gaslight Anthem frontman Brian Fallon says. “The central theme is about looking at the things you’ve come through and feeling like you
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