Southern California pop punks, Calmgrove have debuted, “Misery,” a new single with a video. The track is available now on YouTube and Spotify and you can watch the video here:

Calmgrove formed in early 2018 on the outskirts of Los Angeles and have been playing regionally and attracting the attention of Alternative Press, Substream Magazine, and others.

In an interview with Substream, Calmgrove frontman Eric Guzman explains:

We wrote this song about the hardships that come when relationships begin to fall apart. It’s a part of life that hits everyone eventually and often leaves you wondering ‘What could have I done differently?’ Friends, boyfriends, girlfriends, etc. tend to come and go as we grow up, but the sting from their absence lingers around and causes a sense of misery.

Eric Guzman of Calmgrove to Substream Magazine