Burnout (10 Years Song)
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Burnout 10 Years Song
"Burnout"
Burnout 10 Years Single Artwork.png
Single by 10 Years
from the album (How to Live) As Ghosts
ReleasedSeptember 19, 2017 (2017-09-19)
FormatDigital download
Recorded2016-2017
Genre
Length3:34
LabelMascot
10 Years singles chronology
"Novacaine"
(2017)
"Burnout"
(2017)
"Ghosts"
(2019)

"Burnout" is a song by American rock band 10 Years. It was released at the second single off of their eighth studio album (How to Live) As Ghosts on Mascot Records. It was sent to Mainstream Rock radio on June 4, 2018.

Background

The song was first released on September 19, 2017,[1] and was later serviced to Mainstream Rock radio on June 4, 2018.[2] It serves as the follow up to the lead single, "Novacaine", which reached the Top 5 on Billboard Mainstream Rock songs earlier in the year.[3]

Before the song's release as a single, it had registered more than five million streams across various platforms.[4]

Lyrically, the song is about not getting too caught up in one's self to see the opportunities that the world has to offer.[5]

Music video

The song's music video was directed by Robert John Kley in Las Vegas. Describing its concept to Billboard Magazine, 10 Years drummer Brian Vodinh stated: "It's talking about someone who was in the circle for a long time, then is all of a sudden out of the circle. It's not really meant to be ugly; Because we had just gotten out of that situation it was something that was just on our minds and very much a part of the early writing sessions of this album, so it naturally made its way into the songwriting a bit. And I think the video is an honest depiction of the song and why we wrote it."[4]

The video premiered on Billboard on May 10, 2018.[6]

Personnel

10 Years

  • Jesse Hasek - vocals
  • Brian Vodinh - guitar, drums
  • Matt Wantland - guitar
  • Chad Huff - bass

Production

Charts

Chart (2018) Peak
position
US Mainstream Rock (Billboard)[3] 21

References

  1. ^ "Burnouts - 10 Years". AllMusic. AllMusic. Retrieved 2018.
  2. ^ "Rock Future Releases". All Access Mediagroup. Mediabase. 3 June 2018. Retrieved 2018.
  3. ^ a b "10 Years Chart History". Billboard. Billboard. Retrieved 2018.
  4. ^ a b "10 Years Nod to Inner-Band Drama With 'Burnout' Video: Premiere". Billboard.com. Retrieved 2018.
  5. ^ "10 YEARS RELEASE NEW SONG 'NOVOCAINE,' REVEAL '(HOW TO LIVE) AS GHOSTS' ALBUM DETAILS". Loudwire. Retrieved 2018.
  6. ^ "10 Years on Twitter". Twitter. Retrieved 2018.

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