Aughts-era math/death/grind maniacs See You Next Tuesday released two albums on Ferret in the late 2000s before calling it quits in 2009, and now they're back and just announced their first album in 15 years, Distractions, due February 17 via Good Fight Music (the current label run by Ferret founder Carl Severson). The first single is "Hey Look, No Crying," which finds See You Next Tuesday sounding as abrasive and chaotic as ever. Vocalist Chris Fox says:
It is more or less about looking back at your life and basically being in mourning for the moments of your life that you’ll never get to relive as you are ultimately aging, slowly moving towards your own death alone and becoming less and less relevant to the world. I struggle heavily with the idea of death and growing old and fixate on it a lot which I express a few times on this album. At times I am devastated by remembering and realizing the moments I should have cherished more at the time that they were happening. And then I get back to reality where I’m there by myself and separated by years from that moment.