Listen to Card Reader’s title track, ‘Mental Scars’

20 Oct, 2020

Back with another track and a new member, Card Reader are gearing up to release their debut EP, Mental Scars. The title track and accompanying video further showcases the NY pop punks ability to write a great hook.

Card Reader founder Tom Petito elaborated on the process of creating the new EP. “We didn’t hesitate. We got right back in the studio and challenged ourselves to push the envelope on what we started. This EP is called Mental Scars because everybody has them. We all live with our past mistakes and failures. The difference is how we use them. We wanted to convey a message that inspires using your past as your greatest weapon. It’s not about anyone else but yourself. Create new motivation and hold yourself accountable for your dreams. Most importantly never give up on who you are.”

Watch the video for Card Reader’s ‘Mental Scars’ and listen out for a feature from Goalkeeper’s Ryan Beebe:

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