Post Profit release new single “We’re All Monsters”

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Alt-Rock quartet POST PROFIT has released their high-powered single titled “We’re All Monsters.” Cutting their own certain path with clarity and direction Post Profit solidifies once again who and where they are – leaders kicking the shift into the world of rock. An undeniable solid deliverance. Their latest hard-hitting track, “We’re All Monsters”, is available on all major streaming platforms including Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Soundcloud, etc.

Watch for Post Profits‘ new album, When You Think It’s Right It’s Always Wrongset for February 25th, 2022. Click the title link above to pre-save!

“We couldn’t be more thrilled to announce our new single – “We’re All Monsters”. This song was written about a universal concept: that we as humans are not perfect. We make mistakes, and we hurt each other. Most of us have a closet full of skeletons, so to speak. When something bad happens to us, we often look for somewhere to place the blame. For most of us, that’s much easier than accepting our faults. This song begs one question of humanity – how can we be better people? In a world where it seems everyone is only out for themselves, sometimes it’s difficult to see where humility and civility should fit in. We want people to understand that it’s okay to accept your faults, make changes, and not let your faults define you.”

Post Profit burst onto the scene with their 2019 single “Same Sad Song”, which quickly gained the attention of fans and key industry players alike. “Same Sad Song” went to radio and climbed the Billboard charts finally landing at #23 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Indicator chart. The band has since released three more singles from their upcoming record and has been featured on multiple media channels including Alt PressNew Noise MagazineTop Shelf Music, and many others. Regarded as one of the best up-and-coming rock bands in Texas, and well known for their captivating live shows, Post Profit is no doubt well on their way to becoming one of the most memorable rock groups of this generation.


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