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Have Mercy Reminisce About A “Mattress On The Floor” With New Single

Have Mercy continue their hype train for their upcoming, highly anticipated album The Love Life with the release of new single, “Mattress On The Floor.” Showcasing vibes from across a variety of genres, “Mattress On The Floor” is described as an ethereal and reflective song. I have to say I agree, featuring subtle and comfortable guitar melodies, Have Mercy’s new single might be my favorite song released so far from The Love Life.

While talking about their new single, frontman Brian Swindle shares, “Mattress On The Floor” was written the second I decided to start dealing with some of my thoughts and feelings that I was going through. I sat down at my parent’s house with an old acoustic that I had and kind of went over the last 5 years of my life.”

Accompanying their brand new single, Have Mercy partnered with time-lapse artist Corinne McBreen to create a truly unique and tone fitting music video. Discovering Corinne McBreen on Instagram, Brian Swindle instantly knew he had to work with the artist. A wonderful decision, as Corinne killed it with this music video, and the official artwork for The Love Life looks amazing.

Have Mercy will release The Love Life featuring “Mattress On The Floor” on August 2nd via Hopeless Records and is available for pre-order now.

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