Named ETX’s Metal Band of the Year in 2018 and Rock Band of the Year in 2019, Post Profit are the newest Alternative Rock band to burst on the scene with their hit single ’Same Sad Song’ reaching #23 on the Billboard Top 40 Charts for Mainstream Rock. With over 200 shows under their belt in the first year of their career, the band has had the pleasure of playing with well-known acts such as Drowning Pool, To Whom It May, Saliva, and Sons Of Texas. Post Profit have won countless Battle of the Bands and performed at Inklife Festival, So What?! Music Festival, and many others across the United States.
Drawing inspiration from groundbreaking industry names like Royal Blood, Highly Suspect, and Nothing But Thieves, Post Profit are a breath of fresh air with an intense live show and unwavering ability to blend different genres seamlessly. The combination of Matt Jackson on vocals and guitar, Nick Hawner on guitar, Jordan Conley on bass, and Zach Hicks on drums deliver nothing less than driving bass lines, blistering guitar riffs, and soaring vocals.
Post Profit has just dropped their latest single, “Better Off”. The hard rock track seamlessly blends dreamy melodies and tight production into soaring choruses, seemingly tailor made for modern rock radio.
Lyrically, the single focuses on societies lack of empathy. ” “Better Off” touches on a lot of sensitive aspects of the state of humanity currently and throughout history,” explains the band, “The track presents the idea that hate is deeply intertwined in our current culture, and that hate is being propelled by the media, politics, and institutional racism.”
More than simply pointing out the problems, Post Profit offers a solution. The track poses the question “What if we could learn to love?”, hinting that it will take a collective effort for people to learn about one another’s cultures and learn to respect their differences. “If we all love and respect our fellow man to some degree, the human race as a whole will be “Better Off”,” says the band, “Humanity could progress leaps and bounds if different people and different nations across the globe could band together and form a sort of global standard of respect, peace, and love for one another.”
“Better Off” is the second single off of the forthcoming full-length album titled When You Think It’s Right It’s Always Wrong, coming this Fall. It features Jonathan Jourdan of To Whom It May. Along with the single, the band have dropped a lyric video, which you can watch below.